Moments ago, Pokemon Masters went live, meaning it's now available to download on iOS via the App Store and on Android via Google Play. And for those that don't know: it's free to download, though it does have in-app purchases. Of course, given that it just launched means everyone and their cousin is trying to download it right now, which is causing error screens and server issues for many players. It's also important to note that before you download the game, whether on the App Store or Google Play, you will need 1.3 GB of space available. If you don't have this much space available, the game won't download.
On iOS, you will need OS 11 or higher. Meanwhile, the developer recommends a device with at least 2GB of RAM. As for Android, you will need OS 5.0 or higher, with 7.0 or higher recommended. Further, a similar RAM recommendation is noted.
"Start a new adventure in the Pokémon world," reads an official pitch of the game. "Explore the all-new island of Pasio! There’s a tournament of 3-on-3 battles being held on Pasio called the Pokémon Masters League. Aim to become its champion as you battle with famous Trainers and make a dream team of friends on the way! Form a team with three Trainers and their Pokémon to target your opponents' weaknesses and deal big damage! Enjoy co-op play with friends all around the world! In co-op play, three players team up for fun, exciting battles! Work together to emerge victorious!"0comments
For more news, media, and information on Pokemon Masters, be sure to peep all of our previous and extensive coverage of the title by clicking right here. In the most recent and related news, the game has already announced its first event, which you can read more about here.
As always, feel free to leave a comment or two or three with your thoughts or, alternatively, hit me up on Twitter @Tyler_Fischer_ and let me know over there. What do you think of Pokemon Masters? Will it be the next Pokemon Go or will it fail to gain traction like some other recent Nintendo mobile games?