After the great debut of Pokemon Unite on Nintendo Switch, it will be available on mobile devices on September 22nd. It’s a free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena game, in which, trainers can choose a Pokemon to defeat their opponents. To Score points and win the match, players must gather the AeoS energy released by their opponent’s Pokemon and drop them in one of the target locations.
You can get it on your mobile device from the Google Play Store o the Apple App Store if you like the game’s unique concept. You can also pre-register for Pokemon Unite on both Android and IOS devices. In this guide, we will tell you how to pre-register for Pokemon Unite on both Android and IOS devices.
How to Pre-Register For Pokemon Unite On Both Android & iOS devices?
The Pokemon Company has stated that if the overall number of pre-registrations surpasses 2.5 million, users will receive a Pickachu Unite license. In addition, when 5 million pre-registrations are received, registrants will get a Hollowwear Festival Style: Pickachu. Here’s how to pre-register for Pokemon Unite on mobile Devices:
The Pre-registration for iOS devices hasn’t been started yet, but once it’s started you can pre-register for Pokemon Unite on iOS Devices by following these steps:
- Log in with your Apple ID in the App Store.
- Search for Pokemon Unite in the App Store.
- Press the Pre-order/pre-register option.
Same as Android Devices, Pokemon unite will be downloaded and installed automatically on your iOS devices after it gets released globally for mobile devices on 22nd September.
Follow these steps to pre-register for Pokemon Unite on Android Devices:
- First of all, login with your account in the Google Play Store.
- Search for Pokemon Unite in the Play Store.
- Press the Pre-register option.
After you complete the steps mentioned above, Pokemon Unite will be downloaded and installed automatically after it will be released globally for mobile devices on 22nd September.
That’s everything you need to know about how to pre-register for Pokemon Unite on Android and iOS devices.