Pokémon UNITE

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Pokémon UNITE
Pokémon UNITE
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Basic info
Platform: Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android
Category: Strategic team battle
Players: 1‒10
Connectivity: N/A
Developer: The Pokémon Company, TiMi Studios
Publisher: The Pokémon Company
Part of: Generation VIII spin-off
Ratings
CERO: A
ESRB: E
ACB: G
OFLC: N/A
PEGI: 3
GRAC: ALL
GSRR: 7+ (IARC)
Release dates
Japan: July 21, 2021 (Nintendo Switch)
September 22, 2021 (iOS, Android)
North America: July 21, 2021 (Nintendo Switch)
September 22, 2021 (iOS, Android)
Australia: July 21, 2021 (Nintendo Switch)
September 22, 2021 (iOS, Android)
Europe: July 21, 2021 (Nintendo Switch)
September 22, 2021 (iOS, Android)
South Korea: July 21, 2021 (Nintendo Switch)
September 22, 2021 (iOS, Android)
Mainland China: TBA
Hong Kong: July 21, 2021 (Nintendo Switch)
September 22, 2021 (iOS, Android)
Taiwan: TBA (iOS, Android)
Websites
Japanese: Official website
English: Official website
Pokémon.com

Pokémon UNITE (Japanese: Pokémon UNITE) is a free-to-start spin-off Pokémon game for the Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android. It is developed by TiMi Studios, a subsidiary of Tencent Games. The game was released on July 21, 2021 on the Nintendo Switch[1] and it was released on September 22, 2021 for mobile devices.[2] It is playable in nine languages, with Japanese, English, Korean, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese having been available since launch and German, Spanish, French, and Italian set to be added on September 22, 2021.[3]

It was announced during Pokémon Presents on June 24, 2020. A closed beta test occurred in mainland China beginning in January 2021, and a regional beta test on Android devices occurred in Canada in March 2021.[4] A network test was held for the Nintendo Switch version in Japan from June 24 to June 26, 2021.[5]

Blurb

Experience a new kind of Pokémon battle in Pokémon UNITE. Team up and face off in 5-on-5 team battles to see who can score the most points within the allotted time. Work together with your fellow Trainers to catch wild Pokémon, level up and evolve your partner Pokémon, and defeat the opposing team’s Pokémon to prevent them from scoring points. Put your teamwork to the test, and take home the win!

Gameplay

Players compete in Unite Battles, where two teams attempt to score points in the opposing team's goals while guarding their own. To score, players collect Aeos energy by defeating wild Pokémon or members of the enemy team, which they must then bring to an opposing goal. The team with the highest score after ten minutes wins; if there is a tie, the team that reached the tied score first wins.

Pokémon begin a match at level one in their least evolved form (discounting baby Pokémon) and gain experience gradually over time, a process which is sped up by defeating wild Pokémon. As Pokémon gain experience and level up, they learn new moves that they then have access to for the rest of the battle, and Pokémon with evolutions (besides Pikachu) evolve as well, much like in the core series. Initially, a Pokémon has two moves and the player chooses which one to keep; the move that they did not choose is then unlocked at level three. These moves are upgraded at proceeding levels with the player choosing one of two moves to replace the move with. At the Pokémon's final level, it unlocks its Unite Move, a separate, powerful attack that must charge over time.

Participating in Unite Battles will earn the player Battle Points, Aeos coins, and (after reaching Trainer level six) Aeos energy.

Game modes

Standard Battle

Standard Battle is the default game mode and has three types of matches within its umbrella: Random Match, CPU Match, and Friendly Match. They are all 10 minute 5-on-5 matches that take place in Remoat Stadium. Players may play solo or form in groups of any size.

Random Matches will randomly match players of comparable skill into two teams. CPU Matches will randomly match one team of five against a team of CPUs. Friendly Matches allow up to 10 players to join two teams, with CPUs filling in any empty spots. Rewards such as Aeos coins and Battle Points are not awarded in Friendly Matches.

Ranked Battle

Ranked Battles are unlocked at Trainer level 6. Ranked mode can be entered with at least 5 Pokémon Unite License. They are 10 minute 5-on-5 matches that take place in Remoat Stadium. Players may play solo or form in groups of two, three, or five. Team members must be within similar ranks to each other.

Rank
           
Beginner Rank Great Rank Expert Rank Veteran Rank Ultra Rank Master Rank
                      0-99999
Class 1 - 3 Class 1 - 4 Class 1 - 5 Class 1 - 5 Class 1 - 5
                                              Points (0-99999)

Quick Battle

Quick battles are unlocked at level 8. They are shorter than Standard Battles at 5 minutes with 4 vs 4 or 3 vs 3 matches. The Quick Battles' maps rotate periodically, allowing players to only choose from one available Quick Battle map at a time. Each map has different rules.

Wild Pokémon

Defeating wild Pokémon is the primary way of collecting Aeos energy. They will generally attack Trainers' Pokémon that come near or attack them and chase after them a limited distance. As the Unite Battle progresses, some will despawn while other, more powerful Pokémon will spawn. Additionally, some wild Pokémon may evolve at later stages of the battle. The following is a list of wild Pokémon that can appear.

Pokémon Appeared Stages Evolves into Point Value
 
Aipom
Remoat Island, Mer Stadium Ambipom 2-5
 
Ambipom
Remoat Island, Mer Stadium Does Not Evolve 3-7
 
Corphish
Remoat Island, Mer Stadium Crawdaunt 3
 
Crawdaunt
Remoat Island, Mer Stadium Does Not Evolve 4-5
 
Audino
Remoat Island, Mer Stadium Does Not Evolve 5-8
 
Combee
Remoat Island Does Not Evolve 2-3
 
Vespiquen
Remoat Island Does Not Evolve 4-6
 
Lillipup
Remoat Island Herdier 2
 
Herdier
Remoat Island Does Not Evolve 3
 
Abra
Auroma Park Does Not Evolve 20-23
 
Venomoth
Auroma Park Does Not Evolve 5-8
 
Ledyba
Auroma Park Ledian 2
 
Ledian
Auroma Park Does Not Evolve 3
 
Sunkern
Auroma Park Sunflora 2
 
Sunflora
Auroma Park Does Not Evolve 3
 
Dewpider
Auroma Park Does Not Evolve 2-3
 
Araquanid
Auroma Park Does Not Evolve 15-20
 
Alolan Meowth
Shivre City Alolan Persian 2
 
Alolan Persian
Shivre City Does Not Evolve 3
 
Electrode
Shivre City Does Not Evolve 10-13
 
Snom
Shivre City Frosmoth 3
 
Frosmoth
Shivre City Does Not Evolve 5

Special wild Pokémon will give the Pokémon that knocked them out buffs. These buffs include damage shields, increased damage against wild Pokémon with low HP, and decreasing the movement speed of enemies hit by the buffed Pokémon. Other wild Pokémon will assist the Pokémon that knocked them out by lowering the opposing team's goal's defenses. This allows goals to be scored faster. The following is a list of special wild Pokémon that can appear.

Wild Pokémon Appeared Stages Point Value Bonus
 
Zapdos
Remoat Island, Mer Stadium 20-30 Causes instant scoring of opposing goals for 30 seconds and unleashes damage to the opponents
 
Ludicolo
Remoat Island, Mer Stadium 4-7 Higher damage against enemy Pokémon with low health
 
Bouffalant
Remoat Island, Mer Stadium 4-7 Normal attack will slow down enemy Pokémon
 
Rotom
Remoat Island 20 After defeating, it will move to the nearest enemy goal and give a quick boost to give instant scoring for 15 seconds
 
Drednaw
Remoat Island 20 After defeating, you will receive a shield and everyone in your team gets an experience boost
 
Regigigas
Auroma Park 50-55 N/A
 
Avalugg
Shivre City 20-30 After defeating, gives players an ice aura that slows opponents and gives your goal a shield

Beginner bonuses

New accounts receive bonuses for a time, such as additional Battle Points for completing matches and gifts for logging in for the first two weeks. At Trainer level five, players also unlock the Beginner Challenge, a set of missions that are only available for 30 days.

Login Bonuses

Day Reward
Day 1 680 Aeos Coins
Day 2 Alolan Ninetales Unite License
Or Aeos Coins if Already Purchased
Day 3 Beach Style: Venusaur
Day 4 600 Aeos Tickets
Day 5 Sporty Set: Headwear
Day 6 Sporty Set: Innerwear
Day 7 880 Aeos Coins
Day 8 Cinderace Unite License
Or Aeos Coins if Already Purchased
Day 9 700 Aeos Tickets
Day 10 Sporty Set: Bottoms
Day 11 700 Aeos Tickets
Day 12 Sporty Set: Shoes
Day 13 800 Aeos Tickets
Day 14 Greninja Unite License
Or Aeos Coins if Already Purchased

Beginner Challenge

Day Challenge Challenge Reward Day Reward
Day 1 Complete the Tutorial
(Basics 1 and 2)
Muscle Band Crustle Set: Headwear
Complete the Advanced 1 tutorial 400 Aeos Coins
Obtain 3 Unite licenses 500 Aeos Coins
Participate in a Standard Battle four times 800 Aeos Coins
Day 2 Complete the Advanced 2 tutorial Wise Glasses Crustle Set: Innerwear
Score a total of 50 points 400 Aeos Coins
Deal damage to Rotom and defeat it once, with you or one of your teammates dealing the final blow 500 Aeos Coins
Deal damage to Zapdos and defeat it once, with you or one of your teamates dealing the final blow 800 Aeos Coins
Day 3 Reach Trainer level 9 400 Aeos Coins Crustle Set: Bottoms
Participate in 1 ranked match 400 Aeos Coins
Score three goals in a single battle 500 Aeos Coins
Knockout a total of 10 opponent Pokémon 800 Aeos Coins
Day 4 Participate in 1 battle with a Held Item Exp. Share Crustle Set: Back Item
Participate in 1 battle with a Battle Item
(Except Potion)
20 Item Enhancers
Score 50 or more points in a single battle 30 Item Enhancers
Make a total of 10 assists 40 Item Enhancers
Day 5 Participate in 1 Ranked Match Shell Bell Crustle Set: Accessory
Score a total of 150 points in Ranked Matches 20 Item Enhancers
Obtain one Fashion Item 30 Item Enhancers
Score a single goal worth 30 or more points in a battle 40 Item Enhancers
Day 6 Reach Trainer level 13 Assault Vest Crustle Set: Shoes
Participate in 1 battle as: Attacker 20 Item Enhancers
Participate in 3 Ranked Matches 30 Item Enhancers
Deal damage to Drednaw and defeat it once, with you or one of your teammates dealing the final blow 40 Item Enhancers
Day 7 Block one goal 30 Item Enhancers Crustle Unite License
Reach Great rank
(Rank level)
30 Item Enhancers
Complete all beginner challenges up through day 6 50 Item Enhancers
Become the MVP one time 50 Item Enhancers

Stages

Unite Battles take place in various places on Aeos Island due to the Aeos energy that is found there. The Aeos Research Institute studies Aeos energy and is headed by Professor Phorus.

Image Stage Details
  Remoat Stadium Duration: 10 Minutes
Players: 5 VS 5
Five goals per team
Used in Standard Battle and Random Match
  Auroma Park Duration: 5 Minutes
Players: 3 VS 3
Two shared goal zones
Used in Quick Battle
  Shivre City Duration: 5 Minutes
Players: 4 VS 4
One goal zone each
Used in Quick Battle
  Mer Stadium Duration: 5 Minutes
Players: 4 VS 4
Three goal zones per team
Used in Quick Battle

Pokémon

Main article: List of Pokémon in Pokémon UNITE
Image Pokémon Difficulty Battle Style Stats Evolves
  Venusaur Intermediate Attacker / Ranged Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
Bulbasaur
Ivysaur
  Charizard Novice All-rounder / Melee Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
Charmander
Charmeleon
  Blastoise Intermediate Defender / Ranged Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
Squirtle
Wartortle
  Pikachu Novice Attacker / Ranged Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
N/A
  Alolan Ninetales Intermediate Attacker / Ranged Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
Alolan Vulpix
  Wigglytuff Intermediate Supporter / Ranged Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
Jigglypuff
  Machamp Intermediate All-rounder / Melee Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
Machop
Machoke
  Slowbro Intermediate Defender / Ranged Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
Slowpoke
  Gengar Expert Speedster / Melee Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
Gastly
Haunter
  Mr. Mime Intermediate Supporter / Melee Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
N/A
  Snorlax Novice Defender / Melee Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
N/A
  Blissey Novice Supporter / Melee Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
Chansey
  Gardevoir Intermediate Attacker / Ranged Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
Ralts
Kirlia
  Absol Expert Speedster / Melee Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
N/A
  Garchomp Intermediate All-rounder / Melee Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
Gible
Gabite
  Lucario Expert All-rounder / Melee Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
N/A
  Mamoswine Intermediate Defender / Melee Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
Swinub
Piloswine
  Crustle Novice Defender / Melee Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
Dwebble
  Greninja Expert Attacker / Ranged Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
Froakie
Frogadier
  Talonflame Novice Speedster / Melee Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
Fletchling
Fletchinder
  Sylveon Intermediate Attacker / Ranged Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
Eevee
  Zeraora Expert Speedster / Melee Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
N/A
  Cinderace Novice Attacker / Ranged Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
Scorbunny
Raboot
  Eldegoss Novice Supporter / Ranged Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
Gossifleur
  Cramorant Expert Attacker / Ranged Offense:      
Endurance:      
Mobility:      
Scoring:      
Support:      
N/A

Release

Date Pokémon
July 21, 2021 Venusaur, Charizard, Pikachu, Alolan Ninetales, Wigglytuff, Machamp, Slowbro, Gengar, Mr. Mime, Snorlax, Absol, Garchomp, Lucario, Crustle, Greninja, Talonflame, Zeraora, Cinderace, Eldegoss, Cramorant
July 28, 2021 Gardevoir
August 18, 2021 Blissey
September 1, 2021 Blastoise
September 29, 2021 Mamoswine
October 6, 2021 Sylveon

Holowear

Main article: Holowear

Pokémon may change their appearance by wearing Holowear, a type of holographic clothing made from Aeos energy.

Items

Held Items

  This section is incomplete.
Please feel free to edit this section to add missing information and complete it.
Reason: Need Flat Stats level 1(X), level 20(Y), and level 30(Z) numbers

Each trainer's Pokemon can hold up to 3 held items. These items can be upgraded through grades 1-30. Their upgrade effects increment at grades 1, 10, and 20, while their flat stats increment every grade, or every other grade if they affect two stats. After increasing a held item to Grade 19, the cost per upgrade for that item will increase sharply instead of gradually.

Held Item Upgrade Effects Flat Stats
 

Aeos Cookie

HP +240
When you score a goal, your maximum HP is raised for the rest of the match. (This bonus caps at 6 stacks)
100 / 150 / 200 Max HP
HP +8>+Y>+Z
 

Attack Weight

Attack +18
When you score a goal, your Attack is raised for the rest of the match. (This bonus caps at 6 stacks)
6 / 9 / 12 Attack
Attack +0.6>+Y>+Z
 

Special Attack Specs

Sp. Attack +24
When you score a goal, your Sp. Attack is raised for the rest of the match. (This bonus caps at 6 stacks)
8 / 12 / 16 Sp. Attack
Sp. Atk +0.8>+Y>+Z
 

Shell Bell

Sp. Attack +24
CD Reduction +4.5%
Recover HP when successfully landing a move. The higher your Sp. Attack, the more HP recovered. (10s Cooldown)
45 / 60 / 75 HP
Sp.Atk +1.6>+Y>+Z
Cooldown -X%>-Y%>-Z%
 

Float Stone

Attack +24
Speed +120
Increases movement speed while out of combat. (8s after leaving combat)
10% / 15% / 20% speed
Attack +1.6>+Y>+Z
Movement Speed +X>+Y>+Z
 

Muscle Band

Attack +15
Attack Speed +7.5%
Deal additional damage with basic attacks based on the target's remaining HP.
1% / 2% / 3% remaining HP
Attack +1>+Y>+Z%
Basic Attack Speed +0%>+Y%>+Z%
 

Scope Lens

Critical-Hit Chance +6%
Critical-Hit Damage +12%
Increases the damage of basic attack critical hits. The higher your Attack, the more the damage is increased.
Critical-Hit Rate +0.4%>+Y%>+Z%
Critical-Hit Damage +0%+Y%>+Z%
 

Wise Glasses

Sp. Attack +39
Further increase Sp. Attack damage.
3% / 5% / 7% Sp. Attack
Sp. Atk +10>+29>+Z
 

Leftovers

HP +240
HP Recovery +9
Recovers health over time while out of combat. (8s after leaving combat)
1% / 1.50% / 2% max HP/s
HP +16>+Y>+Z
HP Recovery +0>+Y>+Z
 

Exp Share

HP +240
Speed +150
Bonus experience every second while you're the lowest-leveled Pokémon on your team. However, you will no longer receive shared EXP from allies defeating wild Pokémon.
2 / 3 / 4 exp/s
HP +16>+Y>+Z
Movement Speed +0>+Y>+Z
 

Focus Band

Sp. Defense +30
Defense +30
When dropping to low HP, recover HP lost each second for 3s. (90s cooldown)
8% / 11% / 14% HP lost
Defense +2>+Y>+Z
 

Energy Amplifier

Energy Gather Rate +6%
CD Reduction +4.5%
After using your Unite move, deal increased damage for a short time. (4s duration)
7% / 14% / 21% damage
Unite Move Charge Rate +0.4%>+Y>+Z
 

Buddy Barrier

HP +600
Grant a shield to you and a nearby ally Pokémon with the lowest HP when using your Unite Move. (8s duration)
20% / 30% / 40% of HP
HP +20>+Y>+Z
 

Score Shield

HP +450
Shields you while you attempt to score a goal. Scoring cannot be interrupted while the shield remains active. (6s cooldown)
5% / 7.50% / 10% of HP
HP +15>+Y>+Z
 

Assault Vest

HP +270
Sp. Defense +42
Gain a shield against Sp. Attack damage while out of combat. (8s after leaving combat)
9% / 12% / 15% of HP
HP +18>+Y>+Z
 

Rocky Helmet

HP +240
Defense +42
After absorbing enough damage, deal percent damage based on your max HP to nearby opponents.
3% / 4% / 5% max HP
HP +18>+Y>+Z
 

Razor Claw

Attack +15
Critical-Hit Rate +2.1%
After the Pokémon uses a move, it’s next basic attack deals a minimum of 10/15/20 + 40%/45%/50% of your Attack stat as additional damage. While this item is held by a melee Pokémon, this basic attack also slows enemies for 2 seconds (2s cooldown).
40% / 45% / 50% Attack
 

Choice Specs

Sp. Attack +39
When dealing damage with a move, deal additional damage by a minimum of 40/50/60 + 30%/35%/40% of your Sp. Attack stat when it hits. This extra damage only applies to 1 target (8s cd).
30% / 35% / 40% Sp. Attack
 

Weakness Policy

HP +210
Attack +15
Upon taking damage, apply a 2/2.5/3% Attack buff for up to 4s. Stacks up to 4 times and the duration can be refreshed before it expires.
2% / 2.5% / 3% Attack

Battle Items

Battle Item Effect Cooldown Unlock
 

Potion

Restores some of your Pokémon's HP. 30s Level 4
 

X Attack

Raises your Pokémon's Attack and Sp. Atk for a short time. 40s Level 7
 

X Speed

Raises your Pokémon's movement speed and become immune to move speed reduction for a short time. 50s Level 8
 

Fluffy Tail

Incapacitate a wild Pokémon and increase damage dealt to it. 25s Level 10
 

Eject Button

Quickly move in a designated direction. 70s Level 11
 

Slow Smoke

Create a ring of smoke around your Pokémon, greatly slowing enemies within. 40s Level 13
 

Full Heal

Remove all status conditions and become immune to hindrances for a short time. 40s Level 14
 

Goal-Getter

Doubles goal scoring speed for a short time. 90s Level 16

Trainer

Players can wear different outfits with the following categories: Bags, Bottoms, Gloves, Hats, Innerwear, Outerwear, Jackets, Sets, Shirts, Shoes, Socks.
As for the highest level at 40, the information is in the table below.

Level

Level Exp Required Rewards
2 100 Slowbro
3 250 Aeos coins × 950
4 450 Potion
5 700 Venusaur
6 950 Unlocked Ranked Mode
7 1,400 X Attack
8 2,050 X Speed
9 2,900 Item Upgrade × 50
10 3,950 Fluffy Tail
11 5,200 Eject Button
12 6,650 Item Upgrade × 50
13 8,300 Slow Smoke
14 10,150 Full Heal
15 12,200 Item Upgrade × 50
16 14,400 Goal Getter
17 16,750 Aeos tickets × 300
18 19,250 Item Upgrade × 80
19 21,900 Item Upgrade × 80
20 24,700 Aeos tickets × 300
21 28,050 Item Upgrade × 80
22 31,950 Item Upgrade × 80
23 36,400 Aeos tickets × 300
24 41,400 Item Upgrade × 80
25 46,950 Aeos coins × 950
26 52,550 Aeos tickets × 300
27 58,200 Item Upgrade × 80
28 63,900 Aeos coins × 950
29 69,650 Aeos tickets × 300
30 75,450 Item Upgrade × 100
31 81,350 Aeos coins × 950
32 87,350 Aeos tickets × 300
33 93,450 Item Upgrade × 100
34 99,650 Aeos coins × 950
35 105,950 Aeos tickets × 300
36 112,300 Item Upgrade × 100
37 118,700 Aeos coins × 950
38 125,150 Aeos tickets × 300
39 131,650 Item Upgrade × 100
40 138,600 Item Upgrade × 100

Badges

After finishing the match players will receive Badges according to the following conditions:

Image Badge name How to get
  Assist Player had the most assists in the match.
  Best Score Player scored the most goals in the match.
  Healed Player healed the most damage in the match.
  Injured Player received the most damage in the match.
  KO Player inflicted the most KOs in the match.
  Goal Interrupt Player interrupted the most goals in the match.
  Silver All-Rounder Player earned MVP score of 70+ in the match as All-Rounder.
  Silver Attack Player earned MVP score of 70+ in the match as Attacker.
  Silver Defense Player earned MVP score of 70+ in the match as Defender.
  Silver Speedster Player earned MVP score of 70+ in the match as Speedster.
  Silver Supporter Player earned MVP score of 70+ in the match as Supporter.
  Gold All-Rounder Player earned MVP score of 80+ in the match as All-Rounder.
  Gold Attack Player earned MVP score of 80+ in the match as Attacker.
  Gold Defense Player earned MVP score of 80+ in the match as Defender.
  Gold Speedster Player earned MVP score of 80+ in the match as Speedster.
  Gold Supporter Player earned MVP score of 80+ in the match as Supporter.

Battle Pass

Season 1

Name: First Half
Duration: July 21, 2021 - September 21, 2021

Battle Pass Rewards

Level Rewards Free?
1 Pikachu Hip-Hop Style No
2 150 Aeos Tickets Yes
3 Vivid Set: Headwear No
4 150 Aeos Tickets Yes
5 Vivid Set: Shoes No
6 150 Aeos Tickets Yes
7 Vivid Set: Bottoms No
8 15 Item Enhancers Yes
9 15 Item Enhancers Yes
10 Vivid Set: Innerwear No
11 Socks (Off-White) Yes
12 Canvas High-Tops (Yellow) No
13 15 Item Enhancers Yes
14 300 Aeos Tickets No
15 15 Item Enhancers Yes
16 Egg-Shaped Backpack (White) No
17 15 Item Enhancers Yes
18 300 Aeos Tickets No
19 15 Item Enhancers Yes
20 Star Hoodie (Lime Green) No
21 Sandals (Orange) Yes
22 Knee-High Socks (Green) No
23 15 Item Enhancers Yes
24 30 Item Enhancers No
25 15 Item Enhancers Yes
26 High-Top Sneakers No
27 150 Aeos Tickets Yes
28 30 Item Enhancers No
29 30 Item Enhancers Yes
30 Overalls (Indigo) No
31 Skinny Pants (Gray) Yes
32 Design Socks (Black) No
33 150 Aeos Tickets Yes
34 300 Aeos Tickets No
35 15 Item Enhancers Yes
36 Turtleneck Sweater (Green) No
37 150 Aeos Tickets Yes
38 300 Aeos Tickets No
39 15 Item Enhancers Yes
40 Gingham Set: Innerwear No
41 Hoodie (Pink) Yes
42 Gingham Set: Socks No
43 150 Aeos Ticket Yes
44 300 Aeos Ticket No
45 15 Item Enhancer Yes
46 Gingham Set: Shoes No
47 150 Aeos Ticket Yes
48 300 Aeos Ticket No
49 15 Item Enhancer Yes
50 Gingham Set: Bottoms No
51 150 Aeos Ticket Yes
52 Turtleneck Sweater (Sitrus Berry) No
53 150 Aeos Ticket Yes
54 300 Aeos Ticket No
55 15 Item Enhancer Yes
56 Tailored Jacket (Off-White) No
57 150 Aeos Ticket Yes
58 300 Aeos Ticket No
59 15 Item Enhancer Yes
60 Pokémon Face Hat (Pikachu) No
61 15 Item Enhancer Yes
62 300 Aeos Ticket No
63 15 Item Enhancer Yes
64 300 Aeos Ticket No
65 15 Item Enhancer Yes
66 Denim Jacket (Blue) No
67 150 Aeos Ticket Yes
68 300 Aeos Ticket No
69 15 Item Enhancer Yes
70 Pikachu Set: Tops and Bottoms No
71 15 Item Enhancer Yes
72 300 Aeos Ticket No
73 15 Item Enhancer Yes
74 300 Aeos Ticket No
75 15 Item Enhancer Yes
76 Pikachu Set: Accessory No
77 150 Aeos Ticket Yes
78 300 Aeos Ticket No
79 15 Item Enhancer Yes
80 Pikachu Set: Shoes No
81 15 Item Enhancer Yes
82 Varsity Jacket (Red) No
83 150 Aeos Ticket Yes
84 300 Aeos Ticket No
85 15 Item Enhancer Yes
86 Work Overalls (Green) No
87 150 Aeos Ticket Yes
88 300 Aeos Ticket No
89 15 Item Enhancer Yes
90 Cinderace Captain Style No

Season 2

Name: Galactic Ghost 094
Duration: September 22, 2021 - November 8, 2021

Battle Pass Rewards

Level Rewards Free?
1 Lucario Space Style No
2 150 Aeos Ticket Yes
3 Kilt Set: Socks No
4 150 Aeos Ticket Yes
5 Kilt Set: Shoes No
6 150 Aeos Ticket Yes
7 30 Item Enhancer No
8 150 Aeos Ticket Yes
9 Kilt Set: Innerwear No
10 Kilt Set: Outerwear No
11 Canvas Shoes (Indigo) Yes
12 300 Aeos Ticket No
13 15 Item Enhancer Yes
14 Diamond Pattern Pants (Green) No
15 15 Item Enhancer Yes
16 300 Aeos Ticket No
17 15 Item Enhancer Yes
18 Capri Pants (Black) No
19 150 Aeos Ticket Yes
20 Kilt Set: Bottoms No
21 Three-Quarter-Sleeve Shirt (Blue) Yes
22 300 Aeos Ticket No
23 15 Item Enhancer Yes
24 Simple Set: Socks No
25 150 Aeos Ticket Yes
26 30 Item Enhancer No
27 150 Aeos Ticket Yes
28 Simple Set: Headwear No
29 15 Item Enhancer Yes
30 Simple Set: Innerwear No
31 Cropped Pants (Beige) Yes
32 300 Aeos Ticket No
33 15 Item Enhancer Yes
34 Simple set: Bottoms No
35 15 Item Enhancer Yes
36 300 Aeos Ticket No
37 150 Aeos Ticket Yes
38 Simple Set: Shoes No
39 15 Item Enhancer Yes
40 Simple Set: Outerwear No
41 150 Aeos Ticket Yes
42 30 Item Enhancer No
43 150 Aeos Ticket Yes
44 Striped Long-Sleeve Shirt (Gray) No
45 15 Item Enhancer Yes
46 300 Aeos Ticket No
47 15 Item Enhancer Yes
48 Design Long-Sleeve Shirt (Purple) No
49 150 Aeos Ticket Yes
50 Space Set: Top and Bottoms No
51 15 Item Enhancer Yes
52 300 Aeos Ticket No
53 15 Item Enhancer Yes
54 Pokemon Face Hat (Venusaur) No
55 15 Item Enhancer Yes
56 300 Aeos Ticket No
57 15 Item Enhancer Yes
58 300 Aeos Ticket No
59 15 Item Enhancer Yes
60 Gengar Space Style No

Energy Rewards

Available when Level 5, can accumulate 1,400 Energy per week. This energy can be randomly added to get items listed below. If the energy reward is a clothing item that the player already owns, then the duplicate is converted into Fashion Tickets.

Rewards Drop rate
Item Upgrade x 10 20%
Aeos coins × 320 10%
Aeos tickets × 200 5%
Windbreaker (Orange) 3%
Windbreaker (Gray) 3%
Holowear tickets x 10 3%
Fashion Tickets x 20 3%
Three-Quarter-Sleeve Shirt 2.50%
Straw Hat 2.50%
Leather Lace-Ups 2.50%
Sandals 2.50%
Striped Knee-High Socks 2.50%
Socks Sailor Set 2%
Headwear Eldegoss Set 2%
Socks Eldegoss Set 2%
Shoes Eldegoss Set 2%
Headwear Pit Crew Set 2%
Gloves Pit Crew Set 2%
Shoes Pit Crew Set 2%
Star Hoodie 2%
Short Socks 2%
High-Top Sneakers 2%
Hoodie 2%
Denim Jacket 2%
Gradient Board Shorts 2%
Denim Pants 2%
Shoes Sailor Set 1.80%
Bottoms Eldegoss Set 1.80%
Innerwear Pit Crew Set 1.80%
Bottoms Pit Crew Set 1.80%
Clothing: Varsity Jacket 1.80%
Headwear Sailor Set 1%
Tops and Bottoms Sailor Set 1%
Innerwear Eldegoss Set 1%
Snorlax Berry Style 1%
Garchomp Stakeout Style 1%
Talonflame Pilot Style 0.50%

Events

Main article: List of events in Pokémon UNITE

Currencies

Items in Pokémon UNITE are bought with three currencies: Aeos coins, Aeos tickets, and Aeos gems. Aeos coins buy Pokémon licenses, battle items, and hold items. Aeos tickets buy fashion items, battle and hold items, and other items such as boost cards and item enhancers. Aeos gems can buy licenses, fashion items, boost and rename cards, energy tanks, and Holowear. They can also be used in place of Aeos tickets if the player does not have enough. In such cases, an Aeos gem is worth ten Aeos tickets. There are also specific tickets for fashion and Holowear that can only be used for specific items.

Aeos coins are obtained through battles, though are restricted to 2,100 per week. Aeos tickets are obtained as ranked match season rewards. Both can also be given to players through events. Fashion and Holowear tickets can be found in battle pass prize boxes and as energy rewards.

Aeos gems

Aeos gems are a premium currency that can only be obtained by buying them with real money.

Item US Canada Eurozone UK Australia Japan Hong Kong Taiwan
60 gems $0.99 $1.39 1.09 € £0.99 $1.49
245 gems $3.99 $5.49 4.49 € £3.99 $5.99
490 gems $7.99 $10.99 8.99 € £7.99 $12.99
1,220 gems $19.99 $27.99 21.99 € £19.99 $30.99
2,450 gems $39.99 $54.99 43.99 € £38.99
3,050 gems $49.99 $69.99 54.99 € £48.99 $79.99
6,000 gems $99.99 $139.99 109.99 € £99.99 $159.99

Staff

Main article: Staff of Pokémon UNITE

Version history

Main article: Pokémon UNITE/Version history

For a full history of all content released in Pokémon UNITE, please see Pokémon UNITE/Version history.

Compatibility

Pokémon UNITE will support cross-platform play.

The beta test (March 2021) was played on:

  • Android devices: 3 GB of RAM or more and Android 5.0 and up. Canada exclusive.


Trailers

Teaser

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Cinematic trailer

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Release

Unlike most other Pokémon mobile applications, it is not available in Taiwan.

Date Locations
July 21, 2021 Nintendo eShop: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States
September 22, 2021 Mobile version: All locations listed above, Belarus, Brunei, Ecuador, Egypt, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Macau, Malaysia, Morocco, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Thailand, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Venezuela

Gallery

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese Pokémon UNITE(寶可夢大集結)
Mandarin Pokémon UNITE(寶可夢大集結)
宝可梦大集结
  French Pokémon UNITE
  German Pokémon UNITE
  Italian Pokémon UNITE
  Korean Pokémon UNITE
  Spanish Pokémon UNITE


References

External links


SNES: Picross NP Vol. 1
Game Boy Color: Pokémon Picross (canceled)
Nintendo DS: Pokémon DashLearn with Pokémon: Typing Adventure
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