Pokémon Unite gets public network test on Japanese eShop
There's a public network test for Pokémon Unite on the Japanese eShop, but you'll need an eShop account set up in that region, and you won't have a great deal of time as it's ending some time tomorrow.
There's been no official response about this being made available locally, as it's entirely in Japanese, so you'll need to be able to translate or map your way through the menus.
Release Date: The Pokémon Company recently announced that Pokémon Unite will release for the Switch first in July, and then mobile devices will get it slightly later in September.
Tencent Touch: Tencent’s Timi Studio is handling development, with it being a multiplayer online battle arena that's going to be free-to-play. The team previously worked on the mobile port of Call of Duty.