The free-to-play game was revealed last week during a Pokemon video event which also unveiled a new Pokemon Snap, as well as details about Pokemon Sword and Shield's upcoming DLC.
The game is being developed by Tencent's TiMi Studios, the same studio behind Call of Duty: Mobile. Pokemon Company CEO Tsunezaku Ishihara described it as a cooperative Pokemon game "that anyone can pick up and enjoy immediately" while also offering long-term depth. Levelling up enough will let your Pokemon evolve, and access Unite moves, which act like Ultimate abilities. However, the game does put a few Pokemon-flavored twists on this formula. Catching Pokemon will earn you points, and whoever has the highest score at the end of the round will be declared the victor.
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Though the obvious first thought is something along the lines of League of Pokémon, the game shown on the livestream reminded me more of Blizzard's Heroes of the Storm.
Battling will level up your Pokemon, letting you equip a number of new moves, which can be adapted for your playstyle. No release date has been announced. When it does eventually launch, it will support full cross-play between Switch, iOS, and Android devices.