While there may be a plethora of Pokémon games on other platforms, the same can't be said for mobiles. While Niantic has done an excellent job of keeping Pokémon Go relevant, not a lot of Pokémon Masters is one of the upcoming titles in the franchise and has been a lot of buzz around it for quite some time. A few days ago, some more details about the title emerged without any hint of a release date. The Pokémon Company has been steadily releasing trailers and teasers to remain in the public eye. Today, Pokémon Masters is up for pre-registration on the App Store and Play Store.
The Pokémon Company also released six new trailers that give us further insight into what the game might look like. The first video offers an overview of the entire game, and the rest of the trailers delve into individual game mechanics You can take a look at them over at this link. An early version of Pokémon Masters should launch on certain Android devices is some regions today and will come to Canada after that. Users who pre-register now can avail exclusive benefits that will carry over to the stable build of the game, whenever it is released.
The Apple App Store listing lists the expected release date for iOS is August 29th. We can expect it to launch on the Play Store at around the same time, though release dates can differ. Head over to the Play Store listing to pre-register. The devs recommend a device that has at least 2GB of RAM and runs Android Nougat. Support for additional devices may come via a future update. There is no word about how the in-app purchases would be structured, but we can be absolutely certain that they'll be there.