Here’s Everything That Was Announced During Today’s Pokemon Presents

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Pokemon Unite Mobile Release Date & Roster Expansion

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The first bit of news that was announced during the Pokemon Presents video today was that the Pokemon MOBA game for the Switch, Pokemon Unite, has received a release date for the mobile launch.

The game will release on iOS and Android devices on Sept. 22, and players can receive special Pikachu bonus rewards for pre-registering before launch. Pokemon Unite will feature crossplay between both the Switch and mobile versions.

Additionally, the game’s roster will be expanded with two new Pokemon. Mamoswine and Sylveon will both be added to the game and will be playable with Unite Licenses.

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