Pokémon Unite, the free game shows itself in action: Closed Beta started

Pokémon Unite, the free game shows itself in action: Closed Beta started

Pokémon Unite, the free game shows itself in action

Announced on the occasion of E3 2020, the Pokémon universe became the protagonist of a decidedly unexpected announcement, with which the IP is preparing to make its entry into the world of MOBAs.

In collaboration with Tencent , is in fact taking shape Pokémon Unite, MOBA dedicated to the creatures of the Game Freak house. The production will be distributed by The Pokémon Company in free to play format, but at the moment a precise launch window has not yet been indicated. A peculiar experiment, but which could prove to be an interesting variant on the theme of adventures that see the famous Pocket Monsters as protagonists.

Something seems to be moving, however, thanks in particular to the launch of a first Closed Beta session of Pokémon Unite. Game in Canadian territory, with the latter some gameplay videos that show the game in action have begun to make their way online: you can find some at the opening and at the bottom of this news. However, we point out that the videos are progressively being eliminated, so it is possible that over the next few hours they will be inaccessible. What do you think of this first taste?

Waiting to be able to deepen the gameplay dynamics of Pokémon Unite with greater attention, we remind you that the universe of The Pokémon Company is in the pipeline two more productions: we talked about it in our preview of Pokémon Legends: Arceus and in the preview of Pokémon Shining Diamond and Pokémon Spending Pearl.

Pokemon Unite Receives Plenty of New Gameplay Footage from the Beta

Showing Gengar, Cinderace, Greninja, and more in action.

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Last year’s announcement of Pokemon Unite, a free-to-play MOBA title, was met with plenty of skepticism and criticism, but for those who’re looking for that sort of a Pokemon experience on the go, the game does have something interesting to offer. To test the waters and see how the game’s coming along, a closed beta recently kicked off, and thanks to that, we’ve gotten to see plenty of new gameplay footage from the title.

Multiple lengthy gameplay videos have been uploaded by Read Text Msg on YouTube (spotted by Go Nintendo). Each video is over ten minutes long, and each shows gameplay for a different Pokemon, including Eldegoss, Gengar, Cinderace, Greninja, and Garchomp. You can get a pretty good idea of how different Pokemon will offer different strategies and movesets, and how matches will generally be structured. Check it out below.

Pokemon Unite is currently in development for iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch, but doesn’t yet have a firm release date.

Meanwhile, there’s plenty more Pokemon content coming up in the foreseeable future. New Pokemon Snap is out in April, Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl launch later this year, while the ambitious open world title Pokemon Legends: Arceus releases in early 2022.

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