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Pokemon UNITE public test: A sneak peek into the future of the game



Pokémon UNITE fans are getting a treat this month, as the game looks to implement a public test server in certain regions. Players will also be able to test out unreleased content in said public test server, which will allow developers to get a better idea of how changes will affect the game overall.




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In order for players to access the new public test server, they must download a brand new app known as Pokémon UNITE Public Test. The app is only available for download in a few select countries for now, including the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and India. The app is all set to release on Thursday. The public test server app will only be available for android devices.


Players will be able to give their feedback to the developers regarding these new additions in the Pokémon Unite Public Test, in the hope that the feedback allows the team to create a better product when the new additions get released to the game. In order to download the public test server app, players will need to go to the official Pokémon UNITE Public Test website and download the .apk file to move to a working android device. Players will also find all the instructions and an FAQ in case there is confusion.


Launching next month for the Nintendo Switch, Pokemon Unite is currently undergoing a public network test in Japan, and as Nintendo Life details, if you create yourself an eShop account for that region, you'll be able to download the game while it's available. An official tweet reveals that the testing period runs from June 24 until June 26. There's no word on whether a public test will be heading West.


The Pokémon UNITE Public Test is a publicly available app for testing purposes before these updates go live on the actual application. Trainers get to play new Pokémon in the game and try to come up with new and unique strategies although officially, these are not balanced yet since it is still being tested. The app gathers data for balance changes and bug fixes that will be utilized by the developers in future updates. The Pokémon UNITE Public Test started back on June 30 and is still available for use.


Again, since this is a public test, there is no guarantee that your playing experience is optimal. The new Pokémon that are released will definitely not be balanced and you will still experience bugs in the game here and there. The developers may delete game data or start emergency maintenance without notice so players may find this a challenge. Lastly, game data and progress within the public test version of the Pokémon UNITE Public Test app will have no effect on the actual and official game itself.


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People with a Japanese eShop account on their Nintendo Switch can try out Pokémon UNITE ahead of its release later this summer. Rather than a traditional demo, it's a public network test meant to check the stability and connectivity of online matches. As one would expect for a Japanese network test of a game being developed in Japan, it's only playable in Japanese.


Pokémon UNITE's public network test was announced by the official Japanese Pokémon Twitter account (via VGC). The test is free to download and play, but will only last until Saturday, June 26. There is no word if any progress or unlocked costumes in the test version will transfer over to the full version upon release, but the short length of the test doesn't make that seem likely.


While the Pokémon UNITE network test is ostensibly for Japanese players, it is possible for gamers in other regions to join in on the fun. All it requires is a Japanese Nintendo account to download it from the Nintendo Switch eShop, which can be made easily on the company's website. There will still be a language barrier to overcome since none of the game's text or audio will be in English. However, this shouldn't be too major of an issue, as Pokémon games typically don't require high reading levels to play and understand.


The lack of a traditional demo may be disappointing to some, but it is not without precedent. Online-only games typically need stress tests to ensure that the servers will endure when the full game launches. The most famous example in Nintendo's history would be the Global Testfires for Splatoon and its sequel. Pokémon UNITE having a public network test of its own is a smart move, given the franchise's popularity, but a wider one for non-Japan regions would have probably been a good idea, too.


Pokémon UNITE is a unique take on the MOBA and Pokémon formulae, but one that fans are eager to try out. While it is unfortunate that the public network test is exclusive to Japan, it's not impossible that one will happen in North American and European markets in the weeks leading up to release. Those determined to experience the game before launch, however, won't let something as simple as a Japanese Nintendo account stop them from giving the game a shot. As the first MOBA in Pokémon's library, there's a lot riding on the game launching successfully. Hopefully, the time and resources put into it ensure it has as smooth a launch as possible.


When the testing period is over, you'll no longer be able to open the beta build. To install the App Store version of the app, download or purchase the app from the App Store. In-app purchases are free only during beta testing, and any in-app purchases made during testing will not carry over to App Store versions.


You can send feedback through the TestFlight app or directly from the beta app or beta App Clip by taking a screenshot, and you can report a crash after it occurs. If you were invited to test an app with a public link, you can choose not to provide your email address or other personal information to the developer. Apple will also receive all feedback you submit and will be able to tie it to your Apple ID.


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