Pokemon UNITE is a new MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) which is changing the nature of Pokemon Battles. Engage in exciting 5v5 online battles, where your Pokemon gain levels during the battle and power up to take out the other team! Learn about all the Pokemon, builds, tier lists, items, and everything you need to know for Pokemon UNITE here at Game8.
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The patch notes for 184.108.40.206 is out! Several buffs to underperforming Pokemon and tweaks to strong Pokemon! For a list of all the changes, refer to our 220.127.116.11 patch note page for more details!
The patch will release on 8-4-2021 at 12AM PDT/7:00 UTC according to Unite's official twitter.
Gardevoir has arrived in Pokemon UNITE on July 28th, as of 7:00 AM UTC.
It is available for purchase from the shop for 8,000 Aeos Coins.
Pokemon UNITE's Nintendo Switch Release Time has been released worldwide as of 7:00 UTC (3:00 AM Eastern, 0:00 Pacific), July 21st.
There's more good news – players who play the Nintendo Switch version of the game before August 31st will receive Zeraora's Unite License for free! The official twitter also confirmed that mobile players will have an opportunity to receive Zeraora as well.
Players who miss the availability window will still have the option to receive Zeraora in-game through special missions which will be added at a later date.
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|Release Date||Nintendo Switch: July 21st, 2021
Mobile/iOS: September 2021
|Price||Free to play with in-game purchases|
|Developer||The Pokemon Company / TiMi Studios|
|Genre||MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena)|
|Supported Languages||English, Japanese, Korean, Chinese (Simplified/Traditional)
French, Italian, Spanish to be added late 2021.
|Number of Players||10 Players (5 vs. 5)|
|Japanese Title||ポケモンユナイト(Pokemon UNITE)|
|Official Site||Pokemon UNITE Official Website|
|Official Twitter||Pokemon UNITE Official Twitter|
Being ready is half the battle. Players can equip their Pokemon with up to four moves which they can acquire during the battle, as well as up to three Held Items suited to their strengths.
Pokemon do not come into battle at full power – rather, they must defeat opponents and wild Pokemon to level up and learn the selected moves, while strategizing on how to reach their max potential and overwhelm the opposing team.
Knocking out opposing players or wild Pokemon found around the map will yield Aeon Energy, which can be used to score points for your team. Reach the goal with Aeon Energy in hand to score points and seize the lead!
Rewards, including new Pokemon for your roster and additional skins for your Pokemon and player, can be earned both by playing the game or by using real-world money. Keep playing to unlock more Pokemon – you'll need them to move up the ranks in the competitive world of Pokemon UNITE!
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