Custom Battle is a new game mode found in Pokemon UNITE. Read on to learn what Custom Battle is, its features, and how to play Custom Battles.
Custom Battle came alongside with the Tournament Mode. They are essentially the same, but the only difference is that Tournament Mode has the Custom Rules feature.
Players can choose from all maps available in the game to play in, including Quick Battle maps.
Players can play against computer-controlled Pokemon by adding bots. They can add as many bots as they want as allies or enemies, allowing for handicap matches like 3v5.
Players can also invite other players or their friends to a match. It works the same way as in the other game modes.
Player can now add Admins to a match, capping up to 5 Admins. Admins have previledges that the players don't have during the game, including but is not limited to: the ability to have vision over both teams, to see the teams' total scores, and observe each player individually.
Players can either assign themselves as Admins or other players.
|How to Add Admins|
Select one of the + symbols just below the Lobby ID.
To assign yourself as an Admin, select Position Change.
To assign others/friends as an Admin, select Invite Friends.
|How to Play Custom Battle|
Select Unite Battle in the main screen.
Select the Custom Battle game mode, then select Start.
Playing Custom Battle is the same as in other game modes. However, you can play alone, with bots, or with other players.
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