Pokémon UNITE is coming to mobile on Sept. 22

Get ready to battle on the go.

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Pokémon UNITE is launching on iOS and Android on Sept. 22. This will bring Pokémon‘s first MOBA to mobile, along with cross-play and cross-progression with the Nintendo Switch version of the game.

Pre-registration is now open on both mobile platforms. And any player who pre-registers before Sept. 22 will receive additional bonus content, including a new, Festival Style Pikachu Holowear if the game reaches five million pre-registrations. At 2.5 million pre-registrations, all players will receive the Unite License for Pikachu, too.

And, as previously announced, anyone who currently plays the game on Nintendo Switch can freely swap between platforms by signing into their Pokémon Trainer Club account or Nintendo account to share progress between devices. For now, it appears that the only caveat with cross-progression is that players can play with the same account on different devices and content purchased with gems will carry over between them, but any purchased gems won’t carry over.

Along with the mobile release date, Mamoswine and Sylveon have been confirmed as playable Pokémon that will be added to the game in the near future, with more content to be announced later.