With over 800 Pokemon out there today, it’s not a surprise that the Pokemon Company would be trying some brand-new things with their huge franchise.

In this case, Pokemon Unite is a MOBA-style game. It resembles Dota 2 and League of Legends, other than change champs with Pokemon in a really familiar 5v5 arena. There’s still no release date and all that was pointed out was that the video game is under development by Tencent TiMi Studios, which likewise developed Arena of Valor for mobile and the Nintendo Change.

From my viewpoint, it does look a little bit of a re-skinned version of Arena of Valor. But we’ll see in the future when we get more development updates.

Pokemon Unify will head out to mobile phones and the Nintendo Switch. And according to the trailer video, it is “free-to-start.” Which can imply a couple of things, like it’s complimentary to download and you get to play a little number of Pokemons, and would require to buy more via packs.

Right now, confirmed lineup are a few of fan favorites such as Pikachu, Charizard, Blastoise, Venusaur, Machamp, Gengar, Lucario, Clefable, Talonflame, and Snorlax.