Download the Pokemon Unite app on your PC. Thanks to a special technology developed using Aeos energy, Trainers can deck out their Pokémon in a variety of holographic outfits—with new styles arriving regularly.
What is the Pokemon Unite PC app
Pokemon Unite for PC app premise will be instantly recognizable to anyone who has so much as glanced at a MOBA in the last 10 years: two teams of five players, two symmetrical lanes littered with auto-defending towers, and a “jungle” full of neutral enemies filling the space in the middle and around the edges.
Each player takes direct control of a single Pokemon from a decent roster of 21 (including favorites like Greninja and Garchomp) that gets stronger as the match goes on. You’ll clash along the lanes, killing your opponents and pushing toward enemy towers until one team has been driven back to their base, forced to watch helplessly as their towers fall.
Gameplay in Pokemon Unite for Windows can be best summed up as “MOBA-lite.” As in more complex MOBAs like League of Legends, Dota 2, and Heroes of the Storm, Pokemon Unite pits two teams of five players against one another. Pokemon Unite‘s map has two lanes with four scoring zones – two for each team – along with a fifth scoring zone for each team, located where the two lanes meet in front of each team’s base.
The goal is to defeat wild Pokemon dotted around the map, and the Pokemon on the opposing team, to collect energy, which you then take to one of the opposing team’s goal zones to score. When you die, you’ll be taken out of the game for a set amount of time that gets longer as the game goes on, making late-game deaths much more severe than those early on. You’ll also drop a portion of the energy you were carrying, allowing other players to potentially pick it up and add it to their own score.
As you play through a match and defeat opposing and wild Pokemon, your own character will level up, gaining more health and attack damage along with new and upgraded abilities at certain levels. Each Pokemon has a basic attack, two regular abilities on short cooldown timers, and an ultimate ability on a long cooldown timer. Using these abilities at the right time is often key to winning fights, and dodging skillshots from your opponents can be the difference between winning a fight and losing one.
The mobile version has apparently garnered five million “preregistrations,” and to mark this figure (because they definitely wouldn’t have done anything had it been 4,999,999) there’s an event unique to the mobile version that will reward 1,000 Aeos tickets, a license for Pikachu, and a Holowear for the yellow monster called Festival Style. And you know what, if they get to 7.5 million, there will be another 1,000 pretend monies! Tell your friends.
If you’ve been playing on Switch and want to, er, switch to mobile, this can be achieved by linking your Nintendo Account or Pokémon Trainer Club account to both versions. Then you can merrily jump between the two. Oh, and they’re finally adding better language support, with French, German, Italian, and Spanish languages added to the game tomorrow too.
|Developer||The Pokemon Company|
How to Install the Pokemon Unite app on Windows and Mac
- You will need to install an Android emulator on your PC, I will recommend the BlueStacks emulator.
- Complete the installation of the emulator by following the on-screen instructions.
- Open the emulator and log in using your Google ID.
- Look for the PlayStore app on the home screen of the emulator and open it.
- Serch for the Pokemon Unite app and click on the install button to start the process.
You can also use the Pokemon Unite app on your smartphone as well.
Where can I download Pokemon unite for PC?
Simply go to Pokémon Unite’s page on the Nintendo eShop and click the “Free Download” button. Once you do this, the game will download to your system.
Is Pokemon unite pay to win?
Without a doubt, it has a pay-to-win model. “Pokémon Unite,” like “League of Legends,” is a free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena game (or MOBA, for short). The game’s business model relies in part on players willing to spend money on Pokémon.