Which consoles can play Pokemon Unite? Is the new Pokemon MOBA on Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, iPhone, Android, Google Stadia or PC?

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The Pokemon Company and Tencent have officially announced Pokemon Unite, a MOBA game like League Of Legends which will allow players to take part in team battles - but it won't be coming to PS4 or Xbox One.

If you're wondering, will we be able to play Pokemon Unite on Nintendo Switch? The answer to that question is yes, but there are lots of other consoles that are missing out on the action.

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The official info tells us that Pokemon Unite will launch on Nintendo Switch and mobile devices. Keep reading for more info...

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Is Pokemon Unite on Nintendo Switch?

Yes! A Nintendo Switch release has been confirmed for Pokemon Unite, so you will able to take this game on the go with your handy hybrid Nintendo console.

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Is Pokemon Unite on Android or iPhone mobile phone devices?

Both! The Pokemon Company and Tencent confirmed in the official announcement that Pokemon Unite will reach both iPhone and Android mobile phone devices.

Is Pokemon Unite on PS4 or PS5?

The initial release of Pokemon Unite will NOT reach PS4, and a PS5 release also seems to be out of the question.

Is Pokemon Unite on Xbox One or Xbox Series X?

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Pokemon Unite will NOT arrive on Xbox One as part of its initial launch, so an Xbox Series X also seems incredibly unlikely.

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Is Pokemon Unite on PC or Google Stadia?

Nope, Pokemon Unite has not been confirmed for any sort of PC release - so don't expect to see this game on Steam, Epic Games Store or even Google Stadia.

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Is Pokemon Unite crossplay?

Pokemon Unite will have crossplay, which means you'll be able to play with your friends and bridge the gap between Nintendo Switch and mobile devices.

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