Pokémon Masters is out now on iOS and Android

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Pokémon Masters, a collaboration between The Pokémon Company and DeNA that sees you facing off against some of the Pokémon series’ most famous trainers, is officially out today on Android and iOS devices.

Set on the island of Pasio, which is home to a special 3v3 Pokémon battle tournament, your aim in Pokémon Masters is to create a team of your best and brightest trainers and fight your way to the top of the league.

You can also play online in a special co-op mode that allows you to team up with friends all around the world. Work together to secure your victory and enjoy the benefits of good teamwork!

Pokémon Masters is free-to-play, but does contain microtransactions. The Apple App Store lists these in-app purchases as the game’s in-game premium currency of Gems.

However, it should be noted that Pokémon Masters is technically a gacha game. This means that in-game items are usually acquired using a lottery system: in exchange for in-game currency, you can ‘pull’ trainers to add to your team. Just be wary of this system, especially if you have children and in-app purchases turned on.

The requirements for the iOS version of the app are as follows:

  • Size: 644.4MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch

The requirements for the Android version of the app can be found below:

  • Size: 81MB
  • Compatibility: Android 5.0 and above. 7.0 or higher is recommended.

It should be noted that the team behind Pokémon Masters recommend playing on a device that has at least 2GB of RAM. The team also cannot guarantee functionality on all devices. It may also take a while for the app to be updated to be compatible with the latest OS.

Pokémon Masters is supported in English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, and Traditional Chinese.

You can download Pokémon Masters on the Apple App Store here and on the Google Play Store here.

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