The Pokémon card game will feature a video game adaptation. The Pokémon Company has announced the launch of Pokémon Trading Card Live for PC, MAC, and iOS and Android mobile devices. Nothing has been said about a hypothetical version for Nintendo Switch, but a few more details have been offered. According to the official website, this video game Free to play (free but with microtransactions) will arrive “soon”, although no date has been provided.
Players will have the opportunity to collect a large collection of cards, with which they can create their decks to show their main movements. “Add new cards by scanning card codes, purchase in-game packages, and participate in daily missions, among other things,” they explain. Also, they promise that this is just the beginning as the title will continue to improve over the months.
Pokémon Unite, soon on mobile devices
At The Pokémon Company, they have several games on the horizon. Pokémon Trading Card Live will launch very soon on all confirmed platforms, while Pokémon Unite, the MOBA Free to play Available on Nintendo Switch, it is about to be released for mobile devices. TiMI, the studio behind the project, is working to get everything ready by September 22nd.
Beyond the titles Free to play, Gamefreak has not been idle. With ILCA, he’s preparing Pokémon Shining Devil and Shining Pearl, a Nintendo Switch remake of the classic Game Boy Advance. Both editions go on sale on November 19. Months later, on January 28, 2022, the highly anticipated Pokémon Legends: Arceus, an open-world game that explores the Sinnoh region’s past, will follow suit. The game structure and gameplay will be different from the main installments, so there will be some new features to consider.
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