A lot of loyal Pokémon fans have been patiently waiting for the mobile-based Pokémon Masters game for a while now and thanks to all that hype the game has received more than 5 million pre-registered users across the world.
Pokémon Masters is an upcoming mobile-based free-to-play game for Android and iOS being developed by DeNA. We all know the massive fan base behind the Pokémon brand which is why there’s a massive amount of fans who are aching to get their hands on Pokemon Masters. Hype for the game has been slowly building up ever since we first heard about the game. Thankfully, some players can get the game right now via pre-registration. DeNA announced that Pokemon Masters already has reached over 5 million pre-registered users.
The announcement comes from Pokémon Masters’s development team who posted about the 5 million pre-registered users milestone earlier today on Twitter. DeNA’s development team working on Pokémon Masters also thanked the fans for this glorious achievement.
? Pokémon Masters has reached 5 million preregistrations! ?
— Pokémon Masters (@PokemonMasters) August 14, 2019
Even though we didn’t get to see any in-depth gameplays or details about Pokémon Masters, the 5 million pre-registered users milestone is indeed a proud moment for both the development team and the fans.
However, one thing we do know about the game is that those who pre-register will be able to play Pokemon Masters before the game’s actual release date. Furthermore, all the progress made in the trial version of Pokemon Masters will be carried on to the full version of the game when it releases.
In addition to this, Pokemon Masters will be available in English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, and Traditional Chinese.
Pokemon Masters takes place on the island of Pasio.
Pasio is home to a variety of environments, including glaciers, volcanoes, and its largest town of Centra City. No wild Pokémon reside on this island, only Trainers and their sync partner.
During the course of the game, players will make new friends and fight against other trainers. You can see brief glimpses of this in the gameplay trailer of Pokemon Masters.
Pokemon Masters is being developed and published by DeNA for Android and iOS-based devices with a release date set for August 29th, 2019.