Pokémon fans have something to be very happy about, because after the launch of Pokémon Quest on Nintendo Switch, it has now been made available on mobile devices running iOS and Android. The mobile version of the game is “free to start” just like its Switch version, but it does have microtransactions with real-world currency.
Pokémon Quest was released on Nintendo Switch on May 30 and is now made available on mobile in less than a months time. Pokémon Quest has a Minecraft like blocky 8-bit design though in 3D and has become rather popular on Nintendo Switch and has been downloaded over 2.5 million times worldwide.
The game is now available for pre-registration on Google Play Store and through the Apple App Store on iOS 11.2 and later. Pre-registration ensures that the user will be notified by the device when the gave is available for download.
The Pokémon Quest game is set on Tumblecube Island which complements its Minecraft like cube-like environment. Players will have to explore, battle and set up a base camp.
Pokémon Quest is set in the world of Pokémon Red and Blue which means it will take place in the Kanto region and players will have the same starting Pokémons that Ash had and be able to catch the first 150 Pokémons on the Pokédex.
Players will be able to cook and customize their base camp like they want, and even adjust the stats of their own Pokémon squad as they want using power stones and other items.