Mewtwo (Unite License Y)

Mewtwo (Japanese: ミュウツー Mewtwo) is a playable Pokémon in Pokémon UNITE. It became available as a playable character on August 17, 2023.

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ミュウツー Mewtwo
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Role Attacker
Attack type Ranged
Damage type Sp. Atk
Difficulty Novice
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Can Mega Evolve for a short while, starting at Lv. 5

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License availability:
Aeos coin 15,000 / Aeos gem 700
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Stats

Mewtwo
Offense      
Endurance      
Mobility      
Scoring      
Support      
Mega Mewtwo Y
Offense      
Endurance      
Mobility      
Scoring      
Support      

Abilities

Passive Ability

 
Pressure
プレッシャー Pressure
Description

When the Pokémon deals damage to an opposing Pokémon with a basic attack, the Mega gauge increases.
The more the Mega gauge increases, the more the Pokémon's Sp. Atk, and basic attack speed increase.
If the Mega gauge becomes full when the Pokémon is Lv. 5 or higher, the Pokémon uses its collected Aeos energy and Mega Evolves for a set amount of time. When the Pokémon Mega Evolves, its Sp. Atk and basic attack speed increase even more, and its movement speed increases. The more Aeos energy that's consumes, the longer the Pokémon remains Mega Evolved.

Italics indicate information added in an update.

Basic Attack

When the Pokémon Mega Evolves, its basic attack power is boosted.

  Damage category: Special (as a basic attack)
Description
As Mewtwo
When the user deals damage to an opposing Pokémon, the Mega gauge increases.
Mewtwo does not have a boosted attack.
As Mega Mewtwo Y
Basic attacks have an increased range and deal damage in an area of effect centered on opposing Pokémon. When a basic attack deals damage to an opposing Pokémon, it decreases that Pokémon's movement speed.


Moveset

Move slot 1

  Confusion
ねんりき
Mindpower
Learned at Lv. 1 or 3
Cooldown: 6 seconds
Upgrades into Future Sight or Psystrike
  Sure Hit
  Hindrance
Description
Has the user deal damage to an opposing Pokémon and leave it unable to act for a short time.
  Future Sight
みらいよち
Future Sight
Learned at Lv. 5
Cooldown: 10 seconds
  Sure Hit
  Hindrance
Description
Has the user shove the designated opposing Pokémon and lock on to it.
The locked-on opposing Pokémon will have its movement speed decreased and take increased damage.
After a set amount of time, this move deals damage to the locked-on opposing Pokémon based on the amount of damage it took while locked on.

Upgrade: The locked-on opposing Pokémon takes increased damage.

  Psystrike
サイコブレイク
Psystrike
Learned at Lv. 5
Cooldown: 9 seconds
  Sure Hit
  Hindrance
Description
Has the user direct psychic waves at the designated opposing Pokémon, dealing damage to it and decreasing its movement speed.
At the end of the move, the user hits the designated Pokemon and nearby opposing Pokemon with a strong psychic wave, throwing and dealing damage to all opposing Pokemon it hits.
The farther the user is from the designated opposing Pokémon, the more damage this move deals.

Upgrade: Strengthens the movement speed decrease.

Move slot 2

  Barrier
バリアー
Barrier
Learned at Lv. 1 or 3
Cooldown: 8 seconds
Upgrades into Recover or Teleport
  Buff Description
Grants the user a shield for a short time. While the shield effect is active, the user's movement speed is increased.
  Recover
じこさいせい
Self-regeneration
Learned at Lv. 7
Cooldown: 12 seconds
  Buff
  Recovery
Description
Grants the user a shield for a short time. While the shield effect is active, the user's movement speed is increased, and the user recovers HP based on the amount of damage it deals with basic attack.
When the shield effect is removed after a set amount of time, all of the user's move cooldowns are reduced, and the Mega gauge increases.

Upgrade: Increases the amount of HP recovered based on damage dealt by basic attacks.

  Teleport
テレポート
Teleport
Learned at Lv. 7
Cooldown: 12 seconds
  Dash
  Buff
Description
The user teleports to the designated location. For a short time, the user's movement speed and damage dealt increase, and its basic attacks increase the Mega gauge by a greater amount. After using this move, for a short time, this move can be used again once only.

Upgrade: Increases the damage dealt to opposing Pokémon.

Unite Move

  Infinite Psyburn
インフィニティサイコバーン
Infinity Psycho Burn
Learned at Lv. 9
  Area
  Hindrance
Description
Has the user bring down one powerful psychic blast upon each opposing Pokémon. Opposing Pokémon around each point of impact take damage, and are left unable to act, and have their Sp. Def decreased for a short time.

Holowear

Name Holowear Release Date Unlock Method Audio/Visual FX
  Martial Arts Style (Y)   August 17, 2023   400 Appearance only
  Pokébuki Style (Y)   September 21, 2023   1,050 Movement
  Dark Lord Style (Y)   December 5, 2023 Premium Battle Pass - Season 20* Unite Move
Scoring
Returning
KO
Movement

Trivia

In other languages

Infinite Psyburn

Language Title
  Japanese インフィニティサイコバーン Infiniti Saiko Bān (Infinity Psycho Burn)
Chinese Cantonese 無限精神燃燒 Mòuhhaahn Jīngsàhn Yìhnsīu (Infinite Psycho Burn)
Mandarin 無限精神燃燒 / 无限精神燃烧 Wúxiàn Jīngshén Ránshāo (Infinite Psycho Burn)
  French Brûlure Psy Infinie (Infinite Psy Burn)
  German Grenzenlose Psychoverbrennung (Infinite Psychoburn)
  Hindi इंफ़िनिटी साइकिक फ़लेम Infiniṭī Sāikik Falem (Infinity Psychic Flame)
  Indonesian Kobaran Psikis Abadi (Eternal Psychic Blaze)
  Italian Psicobrucia Globale (Global Psychoburn)
  Korean 인피니티사이코번 Inpiniti Saiko Beon (Infinity Psycho Burn)
  Brazilian Portuguese Queimadura Psíquica Infinita (Infinite Psychic Burn)
  Russian Бесконечный Психо-Ожог Beskonečnyj Psixo-Ožog (Infinite Psychic-Burn)
  Spanish Psicoquemadura Infinita (Infinite Psychoburn)
  Thai อินฟินิตี้ไซโคเบิร์น Infiniti Saikho Boen (Infinity Psycho Burn)
  Turkish Sonsuz Psişik Yanık (Eternal Psychic Burn)

See also

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Mewtwo.

Playable characters in Pokémon UNITE
Attacker Alolan NinetalesChandelureCinderaceCramorantDecidueyeDelphoxDragapultDuraludonEspeonGardevoirGlaceonGreninjaInteleonMewMewtwo (Y)MiraidonPikachuSylveonVenusaur
All‑Rounder AegislashAzumarillBlazikenBuzzwoleCeruledgeCharizardDragoniteFalinksGarchompGyaradosLucarioMachampMetagrossMewtwo (X)MimikyuScizorTsareenaTyranitarUrshifuZacian
Speedster AbsolDodrioGengarLeafeonMeowscaradaTalonflameZeraoraZoroark
Defender BlastoiseCrustleGoodraGreedentLaprasMamoswineSlowbroSnorlaxTrevenantUmbreon
Supporter BlisseyClefableComfeyEldegossHoopaMr. MimeSableyeWigglytuff
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