Pokemon Masters Releases on iOS and Android and Crashes Immediately

Published on September 1, 2019

Pokemon Masters is one of the most anticipated iOS as well as Android game which comprises the battle of Pokemon. The latest report suggests some good news as well as some bad news.  The good news is that people can download it on their iOS or Android devices. The game did release for a couple of operating systems a day before.

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Nevertheless, a bad piece of news is going to break people’s hearts. The server of the game is extremely low, which doesn’t allow many gamers to connect to the server. Currently, over 1M+ users have already downloaded the Pokemon Masters game. According to sources, in the first couple of hours, the game was downloaded around 50,000 times.

The game was available at the iOS Apple Store in terms of preorder; however, out of nowhere, the game was live for download. In the Apple Store, the game doesn’t have a pre-download option; the users have to buy the game to play it.

Blizzard is working on to bring the servers back to life

The Pokemon tournament game, Pokemon Masters, will take place in a new region: the island of Pasio. Moreover, the Masters’ tournament has already become extremely popular among the games. After the server of the game crashed, the gamers were worried if they could play the game or not. Blizzard said that it is working relentlessly to provide a robust server to the gamers.

Pokemon Masters brings a massive twist on the conventional team battles. During the team battles, the users with partner up with the other trainers with just one Pokemon. According to the developer, this move creates the perfect Sync Pair concerning the three-on-three battles in real-time.

The new game from DeNA, Pokemon Masters, is first among the two significant mobile games that came into being this year. Gamers who want to get their hands on Mario Kart Tour, it will release on the Android and iPhone on the 25th September 2019.

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