The news is not in the next launch of this game, but that weeks before the event, we can see the first impressions of this title in image format, without relying on so much text.
First Pokémon MOBA gameplay
It is not often that we have real images of a game during its closed beta. We do have many snapshots with a production and assembly carried out by the developer, but images taken from a game are not frequented. This happens in Pokémon UNITE for a reason.
Given the lack of options to play it still in Spain, in Canada they are already enjoying the title closed beta and that is why several gameplay have been shared on YouTube, thanks to some users. Apparently, players can post gameplay without restrictions, so the network has been filled with videos showing all the Available Pokémon in this version, explaining gameplay details and even revealing what the battle pass. Among the videos, we can find sections where you can see combat several of the most popular and popular Pokémon in the saga, with very continuous aspects. The creatures are divided by role, level of difficulty and type of attack
New gameplay and Battle Pass
As in other free MOBAs, at first there are several Pokémon unlocked and the others can be purchased with the free currency that you get by playing or with real money. Pokémon that have multiple evolutions they start the game with their first evolution and they evolve automatically as they level up. Each Pokémon has a basic attack, two specials that are learned automatically as the game progresses, and a definitive that charges over time.
Meanwhile gameplay on YouTube from Pokémon UNITE, we can see at least the first 20 Pokémon that will be present in the title. Thanks to this, we can see Charizard, Talonflame, Pikachu, Snorlax, Eldegoss, Venusaur, Absol, Blastoise, Gardevoir, Machamp, Gengar, Slowbro, Garchomp, Crustle, Ninetales de Alola, Mr. Mime, Lucario, Greninja, Cinderace and Cramorant.
The proposal is similar to other MOBAs such as League of Legends, since there will be two teams made up of five Pokémon each. The objective will be to take control of the map and we can level up the creatures during games, being able to unlock new movements. You can also see the presence of a battle pass for the title or the virtual currency with which to buy outfits, like the summer one for Pikachu. It seems that it will follow the line of action of other games as a service.