After finishing up a beta test in China, Pokemon Unite is finally getting a test in the west. Specifically, Canada will be the next beta testing country for the Pokemon MOBA. They will have access sometime in March. It will be interesting to see what Pokemon come with this beta this time. In the past, the Pokemon Unite Roster was changing some Pokemon in and out.
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Currently, the game will only be available to Android users and players can signup through the Google Play store. For Apple and iPhone users do note that the game will be coming out for IOS when it is released and potentially during the beta.
— Serebii.net (@SerebiiNet) February 16, 2021
What will be interesting is to see what they announce on Pokemon day or during Pokemon week. With the Pokemon 25 Year Anniversary coming up soon, many were hoping for a full beta or just a full game release. With the news of Canada just getting a beta and it coming out well after the Anniversary, it seems unlikely that Pokemon Unite release date will be soon. Especially if they plan to beta test it around the world. The release date for Pokemon Unite might be a bit later than fans were hoping for.
For fans of the main games though, this could mean there is more that will be revealed in the coming weeks than they expected. With Pokemon Unite most likely not coming out soon, it feels like something else major will be announced on Pokemon Day. It would make sense for the new Pokemon games to be revealed along with Pokemon Diamond and Pearl remakes.
Either way, whatever is announced for Pokemon Unite and Pokemon in general, keep it here at The Game Haus for consistent updates.
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