Sharing progress between the Nintendo Switch and mobile versions of Pokémon UNITE is possible, but accounts need to first be linked before playing the mobile version of the game

Pokémon UNITE is now available on Nintendo Switch. Read on below to learn more:


Pokémon UNITE was released on Nintendo Switch on July 21, 2021, and soon, Trainers will get a new way to play with the release of the mobile version on September 22, 2021. Preregistration has already kicked off on the App Store and Google Play Store. If you haven’t preregistered already, there’s an added incentive to do so. If preregistration totals reach 2,500,000, participants will receive a Pikachu Unite license. And if preregistration numbers hit 5,000,000, participants will get a special Holowear—Festival Style: Pikachu!

If and when those thresholds are reached, claim the Pikachu Unite license and Holowear by logging in to the mobile version of Pokémon UNITE and completing the log-in event by October 31, 2021, at 7:59 a.m. PDT. Players who already have the Pikachu Unite license will receive Aeos coins instead.

Lastly, look forward to battling as Mamoswine and Sylveon in Pokémon UNITE! Both have been announced as new playable Pokémon that will be available soon.

Remember that players can also log in to the Nintendo Switch version of Pokémon UNITE right now to receive a Zeraora Unite license as a special gift. If you link the same log-in account to both the Nintendo Switch and mobile versions, you’ll be able to use Zeraora in the mobile version when it launches, too.

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Source: Pokémon UNITE news

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