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Pokémon UNITE is a spin-off Pokémon game in the form of a free-to-start multiplayer online battle arena. It is available on the Nintendo Switch[1] and is also available for Android, iOS & iPadOS.

Gameplay

During gameplay, the player will partake in team-based battles called Unite Battles in which two teams of five, four or three Pokémon battle against each other and other wild Pokémon. Once a Pokémon is defeated, opponent or wild, the player collects Aeos Energy in Unite Balls which can then be carried to the opposing team's goal zones, dispensing the energy and collecting points for the team. The player is able to heal by standing in their own team's goal zone or scoring any around of points. The winner is decided by the higher final score of both teams once the battle timer is over.

While battling, the player is also able to level up once they defeat enough Pokémon and can even make their playable Pokémon evolve depending on the species. Leveling up can also help to charge the Pokémon's Unite Move gauge. Once a Pokémon's Unite Move gauge is fully filled, they will be able to use a powerful Unite Move.

The game will have cross-platform player connection, allowing for players of different platforms to play alongside each other.

Playable Pokémon

At the beginning of a match, players will be able to select which Pokémon they want to play as from a roster. This will be followed by any other teammates choosing their own Pokémon and a match beginning.

Each Pokémon has different roles. The five different roles that can be played in Pokémon Unite are Speedster, Attacker, Defender, Supporter, and All-rounder. These roles all have different base stats and are better in some aspects of the games than others. For example, Defenders have high defense which allows them to play as a meat-shield to the attackers which has fairly low hp, but high attack.

At the start of matches, players start off as the base form of their selected Pokémon and start at Level 1. In order to evolve, they must fight wild or opposing Pokémon during the match, gaining Aeos Energy and leveling up once they defeat them. Some Pokémon will evolve upon leveling up, making their attacks stronger.

Game Modes

There are four different types of game modes: Practice, Standard, Ranked, and Quick. In practice battles, you verse against an NPC that uses the Pokémon that you choose. You can also choose any Pokémon, even if you don't have the unite license for it yet. You may quit anytime. In standard battles, you can play with 3 different types of settings, CPU match where you play with four of your friends, and against 5 CPUs. In random matches, you play with any random players that are online, and finally friend matches where you play with nine of your friends. Standard matches are played as a 10-minute game. In ranked matches, you need to be at least player level 6 to play and is played in a 5v5 format. In ranked matches, you gain performances points depending on your success. With performance points, you gain a rank that determines which players you play with because matchmaking is done by pairing up people with similar performance points. Ranked matches also played as 10-minute games. In Quick Battles, you need to be at least player level 8 to be able to play. It is played in a 3v3 or 4v4 format depending on the map. It is technically a mini version of the normal standard and ranked matches. As its name suggests, these games can be played faster than the standard and ranked matches and only measure 5 minutes each game.

Base Pokémon First Evolution Second Evolution
001Bulbasaur Pokémon HOME.png
Bulbasaur
002Ivysaur Pokémon HOME.png
Ivysaur
003Venusaur Pokémon UNITE.png
Venusaur
004Charmander Pokémon HOME.png
Charmander
005Charmeleon Pokémon HOME.png
Charmeleon
006Charizard Pokémon UNITE.png
Charizard
007Squirtle Pokémon HOME.png
Squirtle
008Wartortle Pokémon HOME.png
Wartortle
009Blastoise Pokémon UNITE.png
Blastoise
025Pikachu Pokémon UNITE.png
Pikachu
035Clefairy Pokémon HOME.png
Clefairy
036Clefable Pokémon HOME.png
Clefable
037Vulpix Alola Pokémon HOME.png
Alolan Vulpix
038Ninetales-Alola Pokémon UNITE.png
Alolan Ninetales
039Jigglypuff Pokémon HOME.png
Jigglypuff
040Wigglytuff Pokémon UNITE.png
Wigglytuff
066Machop Pokémon HOME.png
Machop
067Machoke Pokémon HOME.png
Machoke
068Machamp Pokémon UNITE.png
Machamp
079Slowpoke Pokémon HOME.png
Slowpoke
080Slowbro Pokémon UNITE.png
Slowbro
092Gastly Pokémon HOME.png
Gastly
093Haunter Pokémon HOME.png
Haunter
094Gengar Pokémon UNITE.png
Gengar
113Chansey Pokémon HOME.png
Chansey
242Blissey Pokémon HOME.png
Blissey
122Mr. Mime Pokémon UNITE.png
Mr. Mime
133Eevee Pokémon HOME.png
Eevee
196Espeon Pokémon UNITE.png
Espeon
133Eevee Pokémon HOME.png
Eevee
700Sylveon Pokémon HOME.png
Sylveon
143Snorlax Pokémon UNITE.png
Snorlax
147Dratini Pokémon HOME.png
Dratini
148Dragonair Pokémon HOME.png
Dragonair
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Dragonite
183Marill Pokémon HOME.png
Marill
184Azumarill Pokémon UNITE.png
Azumarill
220Swinub Pokémon HOME.png
Swinub
221Piloswine Pokémon HOME.png
Piloswine
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Mamoswine
280Ralts Pokémon HOME.png
Ralts
281Kirlia Pokémon HOME.png
Kirlia
282Gardevoir Pokémon UNITE.png
Gardevoir
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Absol
443Gible Pokémon HOME.png
Gible
444Gabite Pokémon HOME.png
Gabite
445Garchomp Pokémon UNITE.png
Garchomp
448Lucario Pokémon UNITE.png
Lucario
557Dwebble Pokémon HOME.png
Dwebble
558Crustle Pokémon UNITE.png
Crustle
653Fennekin Pokémon HOME.png
Fennekin
654Braixen Pokémon HOME.png
Braixen
655Delphox Pokémon UNITE.png
Delphox
656Froakie Pokémon HOME.png
Froakie
657Frogadier Pokémon HOME.png
Frogadier
658Greninja Pokémon UNITE.png
Greninja
661Fletchling Pokémon HOME.png
Fletchling
662Fletchinder Pokémon HOME.png
Fletchinder
663Talonflame Pokémon UNITE.png
Talonflame
679Honedge Pokémon HOME.png
Honedge
680Doublade Pokémon HOME.png
Doublade
681Aegislash Pokémon UNITE.png
Aegislash
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Phantump
709Trevenant Pokémon UNITE.png
Trevenant
720Hoopa Pokémon UNITE.png
Hoopa
722Rowlet Pokémon HOME.png
Rowlet
723Dartrix Pokémon HOME.png
Dartrix
724Decidueye Pokémon UNITE.png
Decidueye
761Bounsweet Pokémon HOME.png
Bounsweet
762Steenee Pokémon HOME.png
Steenee
763Tsareena Pokémon UNITE.png
Tsareena
807Zeraora Pokémon UNITE.png
Zeraora
813Scorbunny Pokémon HOME.png
Scorbunny
814Raboot Pokémon HOME.png
Raboot
815Cinderace Pokémon UNITE.png
Cinderace
819Skwovet Pokémon HOME.png
Skwovet
820Greedent Pokémon HOME.png
Greedent
829Gossifleur Pokémon HOME.png
Gossifleur
830Eldegoss Pokémon UNITE.png
Eldegoss
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Cramorant
884Duraludon Pokémon HOME.png
Duraludon

Trivia

  • Raichu (Both Kantonian & Alolan), Slowking, Gallade and all Baby Pokémon are not playable Pokémon, despite their pre-evolutions/evolutions being playable.
    • However, Slowking and Gallade may have been excluded likely due to Slowpoke and Kirlia's branched evolution into Slowbro and Gardevoir, respectively.
    • All temporary transformations, including Mega Evolutions, Dynamaxes, Gigantamaxes and an Ash-Greninja Bond Phenomenon, and all other alternate forms of the playable Pokémon may have also been excluded likely due their capability of the Holowear.

References

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