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The Pokémon franchise’s latest offering is also its first ever in the Multiplayer Online Battle Arena genre and named Pokémon UNITE. Although it is their first foray into the MOBA genre, the makers of the game at TiMi Studios, are learning from the best. Taking the instances and observations from games that are already performing well in this genre, the makers have tried to implement them in their own creation.

The makers have been successful in implementing tried and tested formulae for success and their efforts are bringing results. Ranging from how the players will progress through the levels to how they can unlock the various, new Pokémon everything has been meticulously detailed in Pokémon UNITE.

On the successful completion of the tutorials the players will be given the option to select their starter Pokémon. However, to go through the training levels, they need to unlock new Pokémon, gain rewards or purchase UNITE licences for acquiring new Pokémon. Purchasing these UNITE licences can become a costly affair, that requires the players to invest currency or even in-game resources in the form of Aeon Gems. Therefore, the makers have come up with a unique solution.

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The makers have decided to allow users to put up selected Pokémon that users can acquire free of cost, on a periodic basis. This has been announced in the hopes that players can make a well-informed decision on which Pokémon is worth the investment they are making. For the period of August 1, 2021 to August 8, 2021, the makers have announced that Absol, Greninja, Alolan Ninetails and Mr. Mime, will be available for free use for all users on Pokémon UNITE.

Pokémon UNITE is a Multiplayer Online Battle Arena game that is developed by TiMi Studios and published by Nintendo for Nintendo Switch and The Pokémon Company for both iOS and Android platforms.


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