Pokemon Unite, the upcoming MOBA based on Pokemon is available now for download. Well, technically, anyways.
The game is currently available for download on TapTap, a third party app site for Android devices. It’s not an official release, and is likely a leaked build of the game since multiple regional betas had started being announced.
Naturally, download and play the game at your own risk. The developers of Pokemon Unite, TapTap, or even we aren’t liable for anything that happens if you download the game. It also gives you a disclaimer telling you not to share any footage of the game, and any screenshots are pretty heavily watermarked with your in-game ID so make of that what you will.
If you’re really hankering to skip the wait for your own regional beta then totally give it a go, since the game actually goes quite a ways to differentiate itself from other MOBAs like Wild Rift by using capture points instead of being purely built on combat.
The game was first announced last year, in its own special Pokemon Direct separate from the other Pokemon announcements. Since then the game has been mostly silent, with any information about it gleamed through equally hush-hush programs like the Chinese Regional Beta.