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Pokémon Unite: A Pokémon Game But Like Mobile Legends

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Tencent, the same Chinese company that owns League of Legends, Fortnite, and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, is developing Pokémon Unite, a 5v5 MOBA game that’s similar to Mobile Legends. It’s a free-to-play game that will arrive for Android, iOS, and Nintendo Switch. And to make things more interesting, the game is crossplay-enabled. 

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As of writing, there’s no exact release date yet. However, after the game was revealed on YouTube, not a lot were fans of the concept of the game. With over 25,000 dislikes versus 20,000 likes, supporters of the long-time game series are at a standstill. Apparently, the negativity is attributed to the involvement of Tencent and the model of the game itself. For now, here’s what you can expect from the upcoming MOBA game. 

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Like most arena-based games, Pokémon Unite lets you choose from tons of Pokémon — dominated by first-gen pocket monsters. To make the strategy a bit simpler, the developers will remove the elemental-based system. It means pitting fire-type Pokémon against grass-type won’t have any special effects. Also, there’s no auto-heal, so you need to go back to your base, and beating the opponents means “capturing” their characters. As you progress, your Pokémon will grow and level up; unlocking stronger and new abilities. 

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