Pokémon franchise being a billion dollar company came up with an announcement of two new games on 24 July, Wednesday. The two games as named are available on two platforms i.e. Mobile and Nintendo Switch. The Name of the two games are:
These new games came up within the light of demands of the fan base of Pokémon. To mention the new experiences in multiplayer gaming, “Pokémon Unite” might lead the way towards this. Pokémon games allow you to trade and interact with other players, though the power to interact with them is restricted as on standard mobile and consoles. Nintendo’s multiplayer experience requires a further additional subscription and sometimes connecting are often slow and bumpy.
As we have known conventional way of turn-based Pokémon games. Unlikely, Pokémon Unite features real time online fighting. It’s made by developers of “Call of Duty: Mobile” that is Tencent’s TiMi Studios. As from the gameplay of the Pokémon Unite as shown on Wednesday shares many similarities with the Tencent’s other online games of battle arena. Tencent recently owns “League of Legends”, developed by Riot Games.
In Game Features
The scenery, the way Pokémon’s’ health points are depicted, and even the talents they use are arranged on the screen during a way which will be familiar to mobile fans.
Pokémon Unite may be a five-versus-five team fight that’s liberal to play and offers Nintendo Switch gamers an opportunity to play alongside mobile users. The sport has no release date as of yet.
Pokémon Café Mix
Platforms and Genre
On other Hand, “Pokémon Café Mix”, a puzzle game that’s liberal or free to start but contains in-game purchases, launched on the Switch and mobile.
In this game, players solve the puzzles to “cook” and serve Pokémon cafe drinks and dishes. Nintendo (NTDOF) is additionally running a promotion within the game: if players go online for five days during a row, they will unlock a Pikachu as a staffer within the cafe.
In the game there is also some cross promotion of Pokémon video games such as Scorbunny, a starter Pokémon from the “Pokémon Sword” and “Shield” games, appears as a customer within “Café Mix” from Dominion Day to July 15 and may even be recruited as staff.
Other Previous Announcements
Previously a week ago, Nintendo announced two other Pokémon games. “Pokémon Snap,” the straightforward yet addicting game where you’re taking pictures of the adorable pocket monsters, is coming to Nintendo Switch with no release date. The second announcement, a mobile app called “Pokémon Smile,” was released last week and is all about brushing the teeth so that we can defeat cavity-causing bacteria shown within the game. Like its successful predecessor “Pokémon Go,” it uses augmented reality, giving it a reality touch.