Pokemon Unite, The Pokemon Company’s latest foray into spin-off titles, has proven a popular one among Switch owners. Pokemon Unite on Nintendo Switch is pretty successful, but we were promised more. Pokemon Unite is due to release on mobile devices soon and here’s everything you need to know.

UPDATE – Stats tweaked in title update

We’re getting closer to the release of Pokemon Unite on mobile devices, but that isn’t the only thing being worked on. The latest title update for Pokemon Unite has made a number of tweaks to the following Pokemon:

  • Charizard;
    • Flamethrower, Fire Punch, & Fire Blast;
  • Talonflame;
    • Acrobatics, Arial Ace, & Fly;
  • Venusaur;
    • Sludge Bomb, Petal Dance, Solar Beam, & Verdant Anger;
  • Absol;
    • Basic Attack, Night Slash, & Sucker Punch;
  • Wigglytuff;
    • Double Slap, Sing, & Dazzling Gleam;
  • Eldegoss;
    • Cotton Guard, Cotton Spore, & Cloud Cotton Crash;
  • Cinderace;
    • Blaze Kick, Feint, & Pyro Ball;
  • Gengar;
    • Basic Attack, Shadow Ball, Hex, & Dream Eater;
  • Zeraora;
    • Spark, Wild Charge, & Plasma Gale;
  • Cramorant;
  • Machamp;
    • Basic Attack; Cross Chop, & Close Combat;
  • Lucario;
    • Power-Up Punch & Bone Rush;
  • Greninja;
  • Alolan Ninetales;

When does Pokemon Unite Mobile release?

At the moment, The Pokemon Company hasn’t shared anything specific with us. In the announcement post regarding Pokemon Unite’s release, the following information was shared…

” Pokémon’s first strategic team battle game, Pokémon UNITE, is arriving soon!” … “The mobile version is scheduled to be available for download starting in September.”

Unfortunately, we don’t actually know much more than this at the moment. With Pokemon Unite now out on Nintendo Switch, though, we shouldn’t see any delays to the mobile version of the title.

Pokemon Unite is also going to be available in French, Italian, German, and Spanish later this year.

There’s going to be crossplay AND cross-save?

Pokemon Unite on mobile devices is going to release as a near-identical version of the game to the Nintendo Switch release. Both cross-save and cross-play features are also going to be available at launch.

In regards to cross-play…

” Cross-platform play between Nintendo Switch and mobile devices is planned, which will allow players to battle together and against one another.”

And, in regards to cross-save features…

” … if you log in using your Nintendo Account or Pokémon Trainer Club account, you’ll be able to use your game data on any device. With this feature, you’ll be able to enjoy playing at home on your TV screen using the Nintendo Switch version, as well as easily play on the go using the mobile version.”

If you want to prepare for the release of Pokemon Unite on mobile devices, we recommend creating a Nintendo Account or a Pokemon Trainer Account. If you already have a Nintendo Switch, you should already have a Nintendo Account and might have a Pokemon Trailer Account.

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