Pokémon Company has announced that they’re working on a new Pokémon game with Tencent and Timi Studios which have previously signed games such as Call of Duty Mobile and Arena of Valor. Pokémon Unite, will be a MOBA genre game. There may be those who wonder what is MOBA, but you are not that far from this genre. MOBA means Multiplayer Online Battle Arena this genre can be exemplified by games like LoL and Dota. Game will be released for mobile devices and Nintendo Switch and it will be cross-platform. In game that will take place as 5vs5 in a symmetrical arena, players will try to capture the points on the map in order to defeat the opposing team. Unite will be offered for free and purchases can be made in game.
Pokémon Unite: New Kid in MOBA Genre
When we look at the promotional videos of the game, it is possible to learn a lot. Pokémons level up and evolve you choose will be able to learn new features in time. When some of these features are used with other teammates, great combinations can occur. Once the maximum level is reached, Pokémons will be able to use Unite features. This corresponds to the ultimate skill concept we see in other MOBA games. But unlike standard Pokémon, there aren’t type advantages. While playing Pokémon Unite, the team with the most scoring points wins before the time runs out. Unite designed for rapid result games in about 4 minutes, the matches result.
Could Be A Beginning For Pokémon Esports
Although no release date has been announced for now, Pokémon fans are looking forward to the game’s release. The promotional video with game makers and celebrities also gives a lot of information about the game. Besides, the game will not be too complicated. Simple, fast and fun based game, there are no situations like buying items for your Pokémon. With this feature, the game is more like Blizzard’s Heroes of the Storm. In addition, New Pokémon Snap, the Nintendo 64 classic, was introduced in the same presentation. While playing Pokémon Snap players will try to capture the most beautiful poses of Pokémons in their natural environment with cameras in their hands.