Pokemon Masters for Android and iOS is out now the world over, India included which is great when you consider Pokemon Go skipped the country at launch, arriving six months later. Announced for an August 29 release date in July, The Pokemon Company and DeNA have made good on their promise. You can download Pokemon Masters for Android via Google Play and iOS through the App Store. The Pokemon Masters download size is around 643.8MB on iOS.

Pokemon Masters features trainers throughout the series such as Brock, Misty, and Blue. The game has real-time battles too. As for its setting, it takes place on an artificial island called Pasio. Players are competing in a tournament on the island. Gameplay in Pokemon Masters has each player paired with a Pokemon and they group with other pairs for three versus three battles. Like most free-to-play games, there are in-app purchases as follows.

Pokemon Masters micro-transactions price list

  • 100 gems Rs. 79
  • 400 gems Rs. 299
  • 1,500 gems Rs. 999
  • 3,400 gems Rs. 2,299
  • 5,200 gems Rs. 3,499
  • 9,800 gems Rs. 6,200
  • One time special: 1,500 gems Rs. 799
  • One time special: 3,400 gems Rs. 1,799
  • One time special: 5,200 gems Rs. 2,699
  • Monthly special: 3,400 gems Rs. 1,899

Pokemon and trainers can use abilities that have cooldowns instead of traditional turn-based combat we’ve seen in past games. And these gems may have a part to play in the core gameplay loop.

Pokemon Masters isn’t the only Pokemon-related project in the works. There’s Pokemon Sword and Shield for the Nintendo Switch as well as a new Detective Pikachu game as well in addition to existing titles like Pokemon Go and Pokemon Quest, ensuring fans of all ages and skill levels are taken care of.

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