Pok\u00e9mon Unite will be a cross-platform, 5v5 MOBA\r\nFB\u5bf6\u53ef\u5922\u5927\u96c6\u7d50\u4e2d\u6587\u793e\u5718\uff1a\r\nhttps:\/\/www.facebook.com\/groups\/158668412508455\/?ref=share\r\nPOKEMON UNITE GAMEPLAY\r\nExact details around Pok\u00e9mon Unite\u2019s gameplay are still a little sketchy, but we got a pretty good look at what to expect during the game\u2019s reveal.\r\nIn basic terms, it is like the majority of MOBAs out there. It has two teams of five with different attacks and abilities going head to head on a multi-laned map. But there are a few differences from the likes of Dota 2 or League of Legends.\r\nThe main objective isn\u2019t to destroy an enemy base. It is to score more points than the opposition by banking points you\u2019ve earned in one of the five scoring areas on the opposition\u2019s side of the map. Points are earned through catching wild Pok\u00e9mon which appear across the map and need defeating to capture.\r\nHowever, the enemy team can decide to engage you in battles, either to guard their scoring zones, slow down your efforts in racking up points, or to distract from another player sneaking into a scoring zone.\r\nScoring zones also act as healing areas. Returning to one of your own zones will regenerate some of your health.\r\nScoring enough points in a certain zone will destroy it. Currently we don\u2019t know what the limit is, but this gives players less places to score and heal as the game goes on.\r\nPoints scored in the last two minutes of a game are doubled, meaning games can be pulled back from the brink if your team can bank enough points in the final stages.\r\nIn terms of your Pok\u00e9mon, it will always start each game at level 1 in its lowest evolutionary form, so Charizard players will always begin as Charmander, for example. Defeating wild Pokemon will increase your level and at certain levels you will evolve.