MOBA arrives in beta (but not in France)

Discreetly announced to players, the MOBA Pokémon Unite will soon be available in a first French-speaking country. For France, on the other hand, it will still be necessary to be patient.

Pokémon Unite Credits

With its ambition to reach more and more players, whatever their ingame appetites, The Pokémon Company is currently working on a MOBA called Pokémon Unite. Created in partnership with TiMi Studio, for the moment almost nothing is known about the game, except that it will be available on Nintendo Switch, Android and iOS when it is released. Fortunately, some information has already leaked via the Chinese beta of the title, still under embargo. Things should also accelerate by next month, since a new beta phase has just been confirmed.

A first French-speaking country for Pokémon Unite

According to the Slashgear website, Canada will indeed benefit from Pokémon Unite from March 2021 on Android. This beta will be restricted, but all players over the age of 16 can already register on the Google Play Store for the chance to be one of the happy panelists. The only conditions imposed by The Pokémon Company: commit not to broadcast anything on social networks, and be ready to lose your progress once the game has officially launched. To make players wait, a new unique visual showing Charizard and Carchacrok has also been released. Even if no release date has yet been officially announced, we can however bet on a launch in a few months, during the festivities related to the 25 years of the Pokémon license. Several concerts are already planned this year, honoring big names in the music industry like Post Malone or Katy Perry. At the same time, we are also expecting some new games, ranging from the New Pokémon Snap revival to – why not, a new installment in the main series, focused on Pikachu, the game’s 25th pocket monster.

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