Ranked Season 4 in Pokemon UNITE is almost ending! Take a look back on the third Season of Pokemon UNITE with Game8's recap of Season 4. See which Pokemon was the best, the most improved Pokemon, the best New Pokemon, and more!
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Hoopa takes the throne as Season 4's MVP! The Pokemon remained at the SS tier even through multiple updates. Its ability to teleport its allies anywhere on the map is truly a game-changing asset in a team and is something only the Pokemon can offer.
|Most Valuable Pokemon Criteria|
|Consistency||Rank Usage||Tier-List Ranking|
Each of these factors determine which Pokemon deserves the Most Valuable Pokemon award for each season.
Absol takes Season 4's MIP! Its effectiveness, usage, and tier list placement greatly improved thanks to the buffs it received in the 22.214.171.124 Update. Although it has always been notorious for its insane critical-hit damage, the buffs took it to the point of making the Pokemon, arguably, broken.
|Most Improved Pokemon Criteria|
|Significant Improvement||Increased Usage||Tier-List Ranking|
Each of these factors determine which Pokemon deserves the Most Improved Pokemon award for each season.
|Top 3 Picks for Season 4|
Pick Rate: 19%
Pick Rate: 13%
Pick Rate: 12%
These are the top three (3) most used Pokemon by the Masters Top 100 in the leaderboards. These Pokemon helped the players achieve such a feat so give them a big round of applause!
Game8 chose Greninja as Season 4's best Attacker. Its illusiveness and damage sets it apart from other Attackers whose biggest weakness in their lack of mobility. It has proven to be a dependable Pokemon that can carry its team and turn losing games around.
Game8 chose Absol as Season 4's best Speedster. It remained a stable pick for most of Season 4, but it suddenly turned into a broken Pokemon due to the buffs it received in the 126.96.36.199 Update. From then on, Absol took over the meta and started dominating games.
Game8 chose Tsareena as Season 4's best All-Rounder. It was consistent in showing its strength and ability to dominate games ever since it was released. Although it received its fair share of nerfs and buffs, and was in and out of the scene, Tsareena remained relevant to the meta.
Game8 chose Snorlax as Season 4's best Defender. Having won the first ever title for the best Defender, it took a long time before the Pokemon reclaimed its crown. Despite being overshadowed by new Defenders and changes to the meta, Snorlax made a comeback, proving that it's the quintessential Defender.
Game8 chose Hoopa as Season 4's best Supporter. This comes as no surprise since the Pokemon is also Season 4's MVP. Its ability to quickly teleport its team anywhere on the map remain unmatched by any Supporter in the current meta. Furthermore, Hoopa is the top 1 most picked Pokemon in ranked games and in recent tournaments.
|Best Holowear for Season 4|
Game8 has chosen these two as Season 4's best holowears. The effects these holowears have is definitely satisfying to watch and experience. They added a well-suited personality to the Pokemon.
Game8 chose Delphox as Season 4's best Newcomer. Being the last Pokemon to be released in Season 4, Delphox made quite an impact in the meta. Although it doesn't stray from the typical Sp. Atk. Pokemon archetype, it's a decent alternative to well-established Pokemon like Pikachu.
The most notable meta change was the return of the tried-and-tested objective-based playstyle, occurring as a response to the sudden decline and disapperance of Score Comps brought about by the 188.8.131.52 Update. This forced players to revert to traditional startegies and team comps used when the game was released, such as trilane team comps, heavy focus on securing Drednaw, and emphasis on leveling up and preparing for Zapdos.
This was apparent in the tournaments succeeding the update.
|Current Ranked Season|
|Ranked Season Rewards|
|Season 01||Season 02|
|Season 03||Season 04|
|Season 05||Season 06|
|Season 7||Season 8|
|Game8 Ranked Season Recap|
|Season 01 Recap||Season 02 Recap|
|Season 03 Recap||Season 04 Recap|
|Season 05 Recap||Season 06 Recap|
|Season 07 Recap||Season 8 Recap|
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