Pokémon Unite: Developers launch a survey to find out what you think about the game

Pokémon Unite: Developers launch a survey to find out what you think about the game

Pokémon Unite

Less than a week after its launch, the developers of Pokémon Unite already want to know what you think of this MOBA in pokémon sauce. On the other hand it is a rather discussed experiment at the beginning and in any case quite far from the canons of both pocket monsters and classic MOBAs and for this reason it is natural that TiMi wants to understand what the general public thinks of it.

Our review of Pokémon Unite necessarily photographs a product still in its embryonic stage: only 20 characters to choose from, few game options, some limitations, such as those of coins and energy that are difficult to understand, especially in the free-to-view perspective. play.

The potential, however, is there. A little for the light approach to a genre that is usually rather difficult to approach, a little for the graphic care and not only with which the package has been studied. For this reason, TiMi wants to know what you think, in order to direct development in that direction. Do you want more fighters? Tighter game mechanics? A few more statistics? Is there an imbalance in favor of those who spend money? It's time to let them know.

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Pokémon Unite Survey Wants To Know Which Parts Of The Game Frustrate You

Pokemon Unite

Pokémon Unite is now available on Nintendo Switch – a mobile version is also on the way later this year – and the development team is looking for your feedback.

If you've been playing the game over the past few days and have any thoughts on what you like or don't like about it, make sure to head on over to the survey page to have your say. Early questions ask about your playstyle (such as whether you play mostly handheld or docked and how far you've progressed through the game's levels), but they soon address more particular topics.

Later questions ask you to give the game an overall rating, say whether or not you find its concept original or unique, and even ask you about how satisfied you are with game elements such as its technical performance, gameplay mechanics, and player progression outside of battle (such as unlocking Pokémon or buying Trainer fashion items, for example).

Towards the end of the survey, players are asked to select any areas that leave them frustrated. Options include having to spend money to be successful, an emphasis on grinding to win, and difficulty when having to communicate with other players.

On the day before the game launched, we ran a poll (which is still taking votes) to see how many of you were interested in trying Pokémon Unite on Switch. At the time of writing, the majority of respondents have said that they are going to try it, with 51% of voters putting that down to being interested in the idea of a Pokémon MOBA.

If you've played it, how are you finding Pokémon Unite so far? Feel free to share your thoughts with us in the comments.