Pokemon gets the League of Legends Treatment in ‘Pokemon Unite’

If you love League of Legends or MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) themed games, then you’re in for a treat! Tencent’s TiMi Studio (best known for their new game in the West, Call of Duty: Mobile,) is developing the game Pokemon Unite.

Image Credit: Nintendo, The Pokemon Company

In Pokemon Unite, instead of choosing a champion, you can choose a Pokemon, as the match progresses, you can unlock new abilities for your Pokemon; Pokemon Unite will be free-to-start and available on Nintendo Switch and mobile devices, crossplay is also included and supported included. No release date is available currently but an earlier revealed Pokemon game called Pokemon Cafe Mix is available on the Switch and Mobile Devices.


Pokemon Presents: June 24th, 2020

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Pokemon Trainer Pokeball BackpackCan’t get enough Pokémon? This exciting Pokemon Trainer Pokeball Backpack should help! It’s created especially for Trainers like you, so the zipper-pull on the front even says “Trainer.” Plus, you’ll find Pikachu and others in the artwork on the front and sides. The backpack features zipper closure, side water bottle pockets, an inside laptop pocket, a handle, and adjustable straps. Looks like you’re ready. Start hunting… as soon as you capture one of these for your very own! Wipe clean with a damp cloth.