Pokemon TCG Live has been delayed until 2022 to give players “a more polished experience” • Eurogamer.net

Pokémon TCG Live’s Canadian mobile soft launch and global open beta for desktop have been “switched” to 2022.

In relation to the delay on its social media channels, The Pokémon Company said the extra development time would ensure that players would have “a more polished experience” at launch, and said it would provide more information on the “timing” of the test period – and release date – “soon”.

“To give trainers a more polished experience, Pokémon TCG Live mobile soft launch in Canada and global open beta for desktop have been moved to 2022,” the company explained on Twitter. “We will soon have more to share about the timing of both this trial period and the full launch of Pokémon TCG Live.

In addition, some of you may have recently received code cards with Pokémon TCG Live branding as part of some Pokémon TCG products. Although Pokémon TCG Live is not currently available, you should know that these cards can still be redeemed in Pokémon TCG Online. “

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We found out that the Pokémon Trading Card Game got an official free-to-play mobile app, TCG Live, a few weeks ago, marking the first time that players could play the card game on smartphones.

As Tom explained at the time, this version of TCG will let you build decks to participate in daily challenges and online battles against other players, even if you will not be able to swap cards with other players. The plan at the time was for TCG Live to be launched softly in Canada and then launched globally for PC and Mac later this year – with the possibility of cross-platform gaming – although now, of course, it has been delayed.

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