Pokémon Unite arrives this Wednesday, September 22 to iOS and Android mobile devices. After its successful passage through Nintendo Switch and accumulating more than 9 million downloads, players who have a smartphone or tablet of these operating systems will be able to start playing for free (free-to-play; includes microtransactions) and carry all your progress from the hybrid console. In addition, the game is updated to be able to play in full Spanish. We tell you what are the minimum and recommended requirements to play.
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What mobile do we need to play Pokémon Unite?
At the moment, the official Google Play portal indicates that the minimum requirement to play is Android 4.4 or higher, but from Game8 They recommend Android 5.0 or higher with 2GB of RAM and a 1.5GHz CPU minimum. In any case, as is usual in video games for Android, it will depend on the device whether or not the game is compatible with Pokémon Unite.
On iOS it is much simpler. From the App Store it is clear: any iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch with an operating system iOS 10.0 or later will be able to run Pokémon Unite without problems. The weight of the initial download – not counting updates and data packages – is 638 MB on Android and 810.5 MB on Android.
Pokémon Unite has announced, on the occasion of the mobile premiere, that a second battle pass will be available that will include, among other items, a Holowear for Gengar.
Recommended requirements to play Pokémon Unite on Android
May vary depending on the device
- Size: 638 MB
- OS version: Android 4.4 or later.
- Memoria RAM: 2 GB
- CPU: 1.5 GHz quad-core (32-bit o 64-bit)
- GPU: Mali-T860
Minimum requirements to play Pokémon Unite on iOS
- Size: 810.5 MB
- IPhone OS version: iOS 10.0 or later.
- IPad OS version: iOS 10.0 or later.
- IPod Toutch operating system version: iOS 10.0 or later.
Pokémon Unite It is available now on iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch.