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A new trailer for the upcoming mobile game Pokémon Masters has been released. It highlights the features of the game and showcases new battle footage.

In addition, a press release has been put out which highlights the following features:

  • Cooperative Play – Join two players from around the world for three-player co-op against AI opponents. Work together to unleash the unity attack, a special coordinated attack from all three sync pairs (a sync pair is the combination of a Trainer and their partner Pokémon).
  • 3-on-3 Real-Time Battling System – Witness the thrill of the 3-on-3 real-time battling system. The trailer offers a look at Trainers teaming up with their partner Pokémon to unleash powerful sync moves.
  • Pokémon Masters League – Compete in the Pokémon Masters League tournament, which features 3-on-3 battles that take place only on the artificial island of Pasio. In this tournament, Gym Leaders, Elite Four members, Champions, and all-stars from every region of the Pokémon world have formed sync pair teams. Players will battle these teams all across Pasio to obtain badges and become champion of the Pokémon Masters League.
  • Sygna Suits(not pictured in trailer) – Special outfits that Trainers can wear into battle. When Trainers wear a Sygna Suit, their partner Pokémon changes to match. For example, when Brock dons his Sygna Suit, he teams up with Tyranitar instead of Onix.

New characters have been introduced as well.

The boy with the Rockruff is Paulo, your rival in the game. The woman is Professor Bellis who researches Sync Stones and their effect on Pokémon. The man in the red sunglasses is Lear, a prince from an unknown country who created Pasio. Next to him are Sawyer and Rachel, two of his staff members.

You can see a preview of how battles play out below.

Let us know what you think in the comments!


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Paul studied journalism just to write better articles about Pokémon. He still resides in Tokyo, Japan.