Pokemon Rumble Rush will close in July, a year after its release on Android and iOS.
The freely available Android and iOS game "Pokemon Rumble Rush" will go offline on July 22.
According to Serebii, in order to achieve a breakthrough, the championship team announced the event that caused the game to close.
Two battle royale matches were held. One is the Shaymin Cup from April 22 to May 6, and the other is the Zygarde Cup from May 13 to 27. The Royal Decisive event will also have special participation requirements (thanks to Nintendo Everything).
The main event will be Grenache and Carlos Wonders, which will be held from May 6 to 27.
On May 27th, there will be an update released and new Pokémon will be added to the game and players will be allowed to access more areas.
The game was released in July 2019 and started with Pokeland before it evolved into the currently available game. Among them, Pokemon will fight in stages, selecting upgrade materials in a manner similar to Wii's "Pokemon Rumble". Players can summon summons for more difficult battles.
The island in the game also changes every two weeks and is repopulated by other Pokemon.