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==Currencies==
 
==Currencies==
Items in Pokémon UNITE are bought with three currencies: Aeos coins, Aeos tickets, and Aeos gems. Aeos coins buy Pokémon licenses and battle items, Aeos tickets buy fashion and battle items, and Aeos gems buy Pokémon licenses, fashion items, and Holowear. There are also specific tickets for fashion and Holowear that can only be used for specific items.
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Items in Pokémon UNITE are bought with three currencies: Aeos coins, Aeos tickets, and Aeos gems. Aeos coins buy Pokémon licenses and battle items, while Aeos tickets buy fashion and battle items. Aeos gems can buy licenses, fashion items, and Holowear and 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.
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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 [[Pokémon Unite events|events]].
   
 
===Aeos gems===
 
===Aeos gems===

Revision as of 14:49, 24 July 2021

Pokémon UNITE
Pokémon UNITE
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Basic info
Platform: Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android
Category: Strategic team battle
Players: 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 2021 (iOS, Android)
North America: July 21, 2021 (Nintendo Switch)
September 2021 (iOS, Android)
Australia: July 21, 2021 (Nintendo Switch)
September 2021 (iOS, Android)
Europe: July 21, 2021 (Nintendo Switch)
September 2021 (iOS, Android)
South Korea: July 21, 2021 (Nintendo Switch)
September 2021 (iOS, Android)
Mainland China: TBA
Hong Kong: July 21, 2021 (Nintendo Switch)
September 2021 (iOS, Android)
Taiwan: July 21, 2021 (Nintendo Switch)
September 2021 (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 in July 21, 2021 on the Nintendo Switch[1] and scheduled to be released in September 2021 for mobile devices.[2] It is playable in nine languages, with Japanese, English, Korean, Simplified and Traditional Chinese to be available at launch and German, Spanish, French, and Italian to be available in the second half of 2021.

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.[3] A network test was held for the Nintendo Switch version in Japan from June 24 to June 26, 2021.[4]

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

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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 them bring it 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 lowest form (discounting baby Pokémon) and gain experience gradually over time and by defeating wild Pokémon. Pokémon will evolve and learn new moves as they level up, much like the core series. Initially, a Pokémon has two moves and the player chooses which one to keep. The other move 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 attack that must charge over time.

Pokémon

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Image Pokémon Difficulty Battle Style Stats Holowear
UNITE Venusaur.png Venusaur Intermediate Attacker / Ranged Offense: 4.5
Endurance: 2
Mobility: 2
Scoring: 2.5
Support: 1
UNITE Venusaur Outfit.png
Beach Style
UNITE Charizard.png Charizard Novice All-rounder / Melee Offense: 3.5
Endurance: 3
Mobility: 2.5
Scoring: 3
Support: 0.5
N/A
UNITE Pikachu.png Pikachu Novice Attacker / Ranged Offense: 4.5
Endurance: 1.5
Mobility: 2.5
Scoring: 2
Support: 1.5
UNITE Pikachu Outfit.png
Hip-Hop Style
UNITE Alolan Ninetales.png Alolan Ninetales Intermediate Attacker / Ranged Offense: 4
Endurance: 1.5
Mobility: 1.5
Scoring: 2.5
Support: 3
N/A
UNITE Wigglytuff.png Wigglytuff Intermediate Supporter / Ranged Offense: 1
Endurance: 2.5
Mobility: 2.5
Scoring: 2
Support: 4.5
N/A
UNITE Machamp.png Machamp Intermediate All-rounder / Melee Offense: 4
Endurance: 2.5
Mobility: 2.5
Scoring: 2.5
Support: 1
UNITE Machamp Outfit.png
Beach Style
UNITE Gengar.png Gengar Expert Speedster / Melee Offense: 3.5
Endurance: 2
Mobility: 4
Scoring: 3
Support: 0.5
N/A
UNITE Mr Mime.png Mr. Mime Intermediate Supporter / Melee Offense: 2.5
Endurance: 4
Mobility: 1
Scoring: 1.5
Support: 4
UNITE Mr Mime Outfit.png
Magician Style
UNITE Snorlax.png Snorlax Novice Defender / Melee Offense: 2.5
Endurance: 5
Mobility: 2
Scoring: 1.5
Support: 2.5
UNITE Snorlax Outfit.png
Beach Style
UNITE Absol.png Absol Expert Speedster / Melee Offense: 3.5
Endurance: 2
Mobility: 4
Scoring: 2.5
Support: 0.5
N/A
UNITE Garchomp.png Garchomp Intermediate All-rounder / Melee Offense: 3.5
Endurance: 3.5
Mobility: 2.5
Scoring: 2.5
Support: 0.5
UNITE Garchomp Outfit.png
Beach Style
UNITE Lucario.png Lucario Expert All-rounder / Melee Offense: 3
Endurance: 2.5
Mobility: 3.5
Scoring: 3
Support: 0.5
N/A
UNITE Crustle.png Crustle Novice Defender / Melee Offense: 2.5
Endurance: 4
Mobility: 1.5
Scoring: 2
Support: 3
N/A
UNITE Greninja.png Greninja Expert Attacker / Ranged Offense: 4
Endurance: 2
Mobility: 3
Scoring: 3
Support: 0.5
UNITE Greninja Outfit.png
Hero Style
UNITE Talonflame.png Talonflame Novice Speedster / Melee Offense: 2.5
Endurance: 1.5
Mobility: 5
Scoring: 3.5
Support: 0.5
UNITE Talonflame Outfit.png
Pilot Style
UNITE Zeraora.png Zeraora Expert Speedster / Melee Offense: 3.5
Endurance: 1.5
Mobility: 4
Scoring: 3
Support: 0.5
N/A
UNITE Cinderace.png Cinderace Novice Attacker / Ranged Offense: 4
Endurance: 1.5
Mobility: 3
Scoring: 2.5
Support: 0.5
UNITE Cinderace Outfit.png
Captain Style
UNITE Eldegoss.png Eldegoss Novice Supporter / Ranged Offense: 1.5
Endurance: 2
Mobility: 2.5
Scoring: 2.5
Support: 4
N/A
UNITE Cramorant.png Cramorant Expert Attacker / Ranged Offense: 4
Endurance: 3
Mobility: 3
Scoring: 1.5
Support: 1
N/A

Items

Hold Items

Battle Items

Battle Pass

Medals

Stages

Game Modes

Currencies

Items in Pokémon UNITE are bought with three currencies: Aeos coins, Aeos tickets, and Aeos gems. Aeos coins buy Pokémon licenses and battle items, while Aeos tickets buy fashion and battle items. Aeos gems can buy licenses, fashion items, and Holowear and 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.

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 £0.99
245 gems $3.99 £3.99
490 gems $7.99 £7.99
1,220 gems $19.99 £19.99
2,450 gems $39.99 £38.99
3,050 gems $49.99 £48.99
6,000 gems $99.99 £99.99


Compatibility

Pokémon UNITE will support cross-platform play.

The beta test can be played on:

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


Trailers

Teaser

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Cinematic trailer

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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
France Flag.png French Pokémon UNITE
Germany Flag.png German Pokémon UNITE
Italy Flag.png Italian Pokémon UNITE
South Korea Flag.png Korean Pokémon UNITE
Spain Flag.png 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
Pokémon ConquestPokéPark: Fishing Rally DS
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Wii U: Pokkén Tournament
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