Quick Battles give players a different gaming experience in Pokemon UNITE. This guide is about the Quick Battle mode in Pokemon UNITE. Read on to learn more about the Quick Battle mode, Quick Battle maps, Quick Battle level unlock, Quick Battle Tips, and more!
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To unlock the Quick Battle mode, you simply need to get up to Trainer Level 8. This requires a total of 2050 EXP from playing Standard Battles with Players or CPU.
There are a total of 3 maps that are in rotation in which only 1 of the 3 can be active for the Quick Battle mode. There are two 4v4 maps and one 3v3 map becomes rotates every 24 hours.
In Quick Battles, your Pokemon gains experience points faster so they level up at a faster pace compared to other game modes. That's why using Pokemon that dominate in the late game as well as stomp in the early game is recommended for Quick Battles.
The Mer Stadium is like a smaller, more compact version of the Remoat Stadium. This map is the most similar to the standard Unite Battle Map with minimal changes with wild Pokemon spawn rotations.
Mer Stadium Map and Rules
Shivre City is a small 4v4 map where combat is king. Both teams will need to constantly compete which each other because kills and assists increase the player's goal-scoring speed.
Auroma Park is a fairly large map with multiple conveyor belts to speed up travel around the map. This map's unique mechanics is that there will be a 15-second double score bonus whenever one of your allies scores.
Quick Battle Maps rotate around 3 maps available, all of which undergo the same rotation. The rotation resets at around 5PM PST, when the daily reset happens.
All maps are in the same spot in rotation every day.
You can check when the map will change by selecting the currently available map and pressing down on the D-pad.
In Pokemon UNITE, you have events and challenges that give your rewards for completing them.
There are different missions per Quick Battle map.
|Mer Stadium Quick Battle Challenges||Shivre City Quick Battle Challenges|
|Auroma Park Quick Battle Challenges|
In all Quick Battle maps, the number of players is reduced to 4v4 games and a 3v3 game. Mer Stadium and Shivre City are maps for 4v4 matches while Auroma Park is a map for a 3v3 battle.
During a Quick Battle, timers are decreased significantly to make the pace of the game a lot faster. The game timer only lasts for 5 minutes instead of the usual 10 minutes.
To compensate for the shortened match time, Wild Pokemon spawn a lot faster than normal. This can easily be observed when a Boss Pokemon spawns in the middle of the map after 1 minute has passed in the 4v4 map and 2 minutes in the 3v3 map.
Mer Stadium's Goal Zone limit is decreased to 60 instead of the usual 80 and there will only be 1 Goal Zone for each lane before reaching the final Goal Zone.
Shivre City only has 1 Goal Zone per team. The Goal Zones are located near each team's bases.
Auroma Park has 2 Goal Zones located near the center of the map. The Goal Zones here have no allegiance and any player, ally or enemy, can score on either Goal Zone. When you or a teammate score a goal on a Goal Zone, the Goal Zone becomes enhanced for 15 seconds and any goals made by allies will yield double points.
The rate of EXP gain is increased during the Quick Battle mode to compensate for the shorter match duration. This includes Wild Pokemon takedowns, enemy Pokemon takedowns, and passive EXP gain over time.
|Game Modes and Rules|
|Game Modes Explanation||Match Types Explanation|
|Unite Battle Guide||Ranked Match Guide|
|Quick Battle Guide||How to Use Training Mode|
|Fair Play Points Guide||Can Players Use the Same Pokemon?|
|Tournament Mode Guide||Custom Battle Guide|
|Gameplay Manual Guides|
|List of Status Effects||Stats Explanation|
|How to Upgrade Items||Unite Moves Guide|
|List of Berries and Effects||How To Surrender|
|Recall Guide and Best Timing||Super Jump Guide|
|Vision Guide: How Does Vision Work?||Evolution: How to Evolve and Timing|
|Character Creation Guide||Free Rotation Guide|
|Microtransactions Guide||Attack Vs. Special Attack|
|Badge Guide and Explanation||How to Check Team Score|
|How to Check Leaderboard||Tutorial Missions: Access and Rewards|
|How to Increase Movement Speed||Critical Hit Guide|
|How to Use Quick Chat and Pings||How to Use the Camera|
|How to Cancel Moves||Invincibility Guide|
|Move Types and When to Use||Grass Guide: How Does Grass Work?|
|Boosted Attacks Guide||How to Recover HP|
|How to Check Player Levels and Kills||List of Hidden Mechanics|
|How to Chat with Friends||List of Achievements|
|Game Setup Guides|
|List of Controls||List of Settings|
|How to Change Your Name||How to Change Your Gender|
|How to Play Online Multiplayer||How to Add Friends|
|Language Settings||How to Use Voice Chat and Best Apps|
|Do You Need Nintendo Online?||Server Reset Time|
|How to Create a New Account||Can You Delete an Account?|
|Player Count and Limit||Can You Play Offline?|
|How to Reduce Lag||What Happens When You Go AFK|
|How to Play with Bots||How to Check Match History|
|Battle Screen and Menus Explanation||Spectator Mode|
|How to Update the Trainer Card||Squads Guide|
|Friendship Points Guide||-|
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