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Pokemon Masters can now be pre-registered for Android and iOS

Pokemon Masters, the "other" Pokemon game developed by DeNA and the Pokemon Company, has not yet been released, but anyone can now pre-register via Google Play and the App Store on Android and iOS devices.

In this game, players compete against each other in 3-on-3 matches played in the Pokemon Masters League on Pasio. Each player must form a team of three coaches and his Pokémon to combat his opponent's weaknesses and cause as much damage as possible.

Pokémon Masters includes a co-op mode so you can play with friends all over the world. In co-op mode, however, three players will team up to master the challenges.

According to the developers, the game works on almost any Android device with at least 2GB of RAM and Android 7.0 or higher. Unfortunately, DeNA does not guarantee the functionality of any of these devices, as the game may not function properly due to technical specifications, features, or special conditions for using apps.

Pokemon Company announced that the game will be available sometime this summer, even though a preview version of Pokemon Masters is already available to Android users in Singapore. Interestingly, the progress of the preview version of the game is saved at startup and transferred to the entire game.

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