TiMi Studio has introduced a new in-game subscription service for Pokémon Unite, the hugely popular MOBA that recently surpassed 70 million downloads. Dubbed “Pokémon Unite Membership,” this program offers players monthly rewards for signing up for the service.
Don’t worry, Pokémon Unite will still be free to play, and the rewards are mostly cosmetics and costumes for now, though some extra currency will also be given out.
Serebii has translated what the monthly subscription service offers, along with a bonus or two for signing up for the service, which we’ve listed below (thanks, Serebii!):
- A special holowear of the month
- Two free trial licenses
- Two Holoware License Trials per week
- Brand new chat bubbles
- 10% discount on trainer fashion
- 40 free gems every day
As a reward for signing up, you’ll also receive a fashion set based around the mythical Pokémon Hoopa, which is freaking pink and freaking cute.
Pokémon Unite membership costs 1150 yen per month, which is $8.99 or £7.15, although official pricing outside of Japan has not yet been announced. We also don’t know when the service will launch, but we’ll let you know as soon as it does.
What do you think of the subscription service? Let us know below.
https://www.nintendolife.com/news/2022/04/pokemon-unite-reveals-in-game-subscription-service Pokémon Unite unveils in-game subscription service