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Pokemon Unite Mobile Reaches 5 Million Pre-Registrations, New Rewards Announced

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Pokemon Unite Mobile Reaches 5 Million Pre-Registrations, New Rewards Announced

Earlier today on the Pokemon Unite Twitter account, it was announced that the five million pre-registration milestone was met for the mobile version of the game. That means players will get bonuses for all of the original pre-registration milestones, but it looks like at least one and maybe more are on the way.

The first milestone, 1000 Aeos Tickets, was reached eight days ago when the one million pre-registration goal was met. One day later, the 2.5 million milestone was met, unlocking the Pikachu Unite License — players who already have Pikachu will receive Aeos Coins instead. And then earlier today, the five million pre-registration goal was met, which means players will get Pikachu’s Festival Style holowear for free.

Pokemon Unite players will be able to redeem these bonuses starting when the mobile version launches on Sept. 22 up until 10:59 AM ET (2:59 PM UTC) on Oct. 31. But that’s not all fans of this game will have to look forward to later this month. That’s because it looks like more unlocks will be added as each new milestone is met.

Originally, one million, 2.5 million, and five million were the only milestones listed for Pokemon Unite mobile pre-registration numbers. However, after the announcement of reaching five million, it was revealed today that players will receive 1000 more Aeos Tickets at 7.5 million pre-registrations.

It’s unclear if there will be any more rewards after the 7.5 million mark is met, but they’ve already added additional milestones on top of what was originally announced, so it doesn’t seem out of the realm of possibility.

You can follow the mobile pre-registration count on the Pokemon Unite official Twitter account. There is no ongoing counter, but the meeting of milestones is announced there as it happens. You can find the official announcement about the new pre-registration milestone down below.

If you’re unfamiliar with Pokemon Unite, it is a free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena (moba) that is currently available on Nintendo Switch and will be releasing for iOS and Android on Sept. 22.

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