Pokémon UNITE Now Available On Mobile (Android & iOS)

Pokémon UNITE Now Available On Mobile

Finally, the day is here. Pokémon Unite is now available to install play for free on Android and iOS devices.

The apps originally arrived at the app and play store earlier this week but weren’t playable until the new servers go live at 2 am CT on Sept. 22, 2021, until this time players couldn’t access much on the gameplay download and just wait.

The wait is finally over.

Bringing The Pokémon Unite Action to Mobile

Now that the game is now available in different stores, just the 2, players can Team up and take down the opposition in Pokémon’s first 5-on-5 strategic team battle game right from their mobile devices.

Something only Nintendo Switch users enjoy up until now.

Thanks to its cross-progression capabilities players on the existing platforms can sign in to the new game on their mobile devices and carry on with their progress with a minimum of fuss. Whether this game is cross-platform or not is still something we’re looking into and it should have its own guide then, fingers crossed.

Update (23/09/2021): Pokemon UNITE is cross-play enabled across the three platforms it currently supports. Learn more.

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Pokémon UNITE Features

Since its release, in less than 5 days, the game has quickly racked up over 1,000,000 installs on the Google play store alone with over 80,000 positive reviews.

UNITE moves are some of the key reasons why this particular Pokémon game is so popular and it features real power moves to turn the tides of battle in your favor. The rank-up system is great too and allows for easy upgrades and bonuses as you climb up in the leatherboard.

The in-game communication system is also amazing. UNITE is available on Android and iOS devices as of the time of writing this article. Please check the respective links below:

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