Pokemon Masters has five million Trainers already pre-registered

Release date tentatively set for August 29th

Pokemon Masters has five million Trainers already pre-registered

The Pokemon Company has revealed that five million players have pre-registered for its upcoming mobile game Pokemon Masters.

Developed by DeNA, the free-to-play title will see users take part in three-on-three battles to become champion of the Pokemon Master League on the island of Pasio. Here, players will encounter famous faces from the 23-year-old history of the franchise.

Pokemon Master is scheduled to launch on iOS and Android in most major territories this summer.

However, a representative confirmed to Gamespot that the game has a tentative release date of August 29th, 2019.

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Players interested in preregistering for the game on mobile can sign up right here.

The Pokemon Company has a busy year in-store, with Pokemon Sword and Shield due to release on the Nintendo Switch in November, as well as the firm partnering with Tencent on an unnamed Pokemon project.

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