The Pokemon Company representatives face social media to confirm their decision to slip the release to PC and mobile systems of Pokemon Live Collectible Card Game.
The reasons given by the gaming giant, as is often the case in these cases, are general and do not provide detailed details of the problems or actual difficulties encountered in complying with the anticipated launch times.
The tweet released by The Pokemon Company explains that “to offer the Allenators a more refined experience, the launch of the mobile app of TGC Pokemon Live was moved to 2022, as well as the beginning of the Open phase We will soon share all details about the new launch period for mobile systems and the start of the PC tests of Pokemon TCG Live.”
The new version of Pokémon’s collectable card game will therefore be waiting a few more months, and with it all the new features and updates promised by developers to improve the experience to be offered to coaches around the world. In its final version, the title will be proposed on iOS, Android and PC with the formula of free-to-play, with localization in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish and Portuguese.
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