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- Yesterday at 22:33 (Update yesterday at 22:33)
- Corentin Ruffin
For a few months now, the Pokémon license seems to have passed a second hour of glory, particularly thanks to the playing cards that are spreading all over the world. The International Pokémon Company certainly wanted to capitalize on this popularity last September, when a new game arrived for iPhone and Mac using the latter’s concept.
Unfortunately, the free-to-play Pokémon TCG Live will not see the light of day at the end of the year, as was initially announced. On the official Twitter account, we can read that the game has been pushed back to 2022, starting with a beta release on PC (and on mobile in Canada).
Pokémon TCG Live will be delayed
Too bad, who I thought I could get into frantic games of Pokemon card battles this year, wouldn’t be the case. The news broke on Twitter, announcing that the release would be delayed until 2022:
In order to provide trainers with a better experience, the launch of the mobile version of Pokémon TCG Live in Canada and the global open beta for PC has been postponed until 2022.
We’ll have more information to share soon about the timeline for this testing period and the full launch of Pokémon TCG Live.
According to the first information, the game should be easy to let the beginners dive into it. Still a little patience…
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