New details regarding Pokémon Unite have surfaced. The 5v5 Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) game was announced last year in June. The action-packed game will be available for Android, iOS, and the Nintendo Switch. Now, Pokemon Unite has announced that there will be a regional beta test for the game in Canada. Read about more details here, which have been released on the official Pokémon site and Google Play here. This regional Beta test will take place sometime in March.
In Pokémon Unite, trainers have to fight in 5v5 team battles against opponents to score the maximum points, before the time ends. You need to catch wild Pokémons and level up your partner Pokémon so that you can defeat the opposing team’s Pokémon and score points.
In-game progress will be reset with no streaming
According to the guidelines released on Google Play, on the 16th of February by The Pokémon Company, the regional beta test is free to play and open to residents of Canada aged 16 and above. However, the in-game progress will be reset once the regional beta test gets over. During this time, streaming or capturing the gameplay is not allowed.
Pokémon Unite not yet available for Tablets
The game is not optimized for tablets yet. Although, It is compatible with Android devices running Android Version 5.0 or above along with 3GB of RAM or more. Although, the game might not run on some devices, even if they have a compatible Operating System and RAM. Note that, these requirements are subject to change at any time.
That being said, if you’re a resident of Canada, 16 years or older and have a device which meets the requirements now, you are free to participate in the regional beta test.
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