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The official Pokémon UNITE Twitter has announced that Concert Style Lucario Holowear and Concert Style Snorlax Holowear are available now for 400 Gems each. Become a virtuoso of battle! Concert Style Lucario is now available. There's no time for a nap before your big debut! Concert Style Snorlax is now available in Pokémon UNITE!

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Sources: https://twitter.com/PokemonUnite/status/1481416960592297987 and https://twitter.com/PokemonUnite/status/1481415700585627654

Pokémon UNITE is joining the Pokémon World Championship Series! Learn more about what else is ahead in the latest letter from the producer of Pokémon UNITE.

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An Exciting Update from the Pokémon UNITE Team!

Hello, everyone, It’s been an incredible couple of months for the Pokémon UNITE team in the time since our last producer letter. We’ve been blown away by the strategies and playstyles that we’ve watched evolve over time as Trainers climb the ranks and discover new ways to victory. Players continue to impress us with the surprising talent they’ve shown in mastering new Pokémon and using them in ways we could never anticipate.

In addition to more playable Pokémon, there’s plenty more planned ahead to make your time on Aeos Island even more enjoyable. Today, we wanted to take an opportunity to share some details on what else is in store for Pokémon UNITE.

First, we’re excited to reveal that Pokémon UNITE will be joining the Pokémon World Championships in 2022! Starting this year, Pokémon UNITE teams from around the globe will have the opportunity to battle it out over a competitive season, with qualifying teams going head-to-head at our World Championships in August. We’ll have more details to share soon.

In line with the Pokémon UNITE Championship series, we’ve continued development on a new tournament mode designed to even the playing field for competitors, regardless of their held item grades. Stay tuned, as we’ll soon have more details on what Trainers can expect when this new mode launches.

We’re also pleased to announce that Pokémon UNITE will soon support additional languages. Early this year, Pokémon UNITE will be updated to support Bahasa Indonesia, Brazilian Portuguese, Hindi, Russian, Thai, and Turkish. We look forward to inviting even more Trainers to the world of Pokémon UNITE through this update and through our ongoing work to support more languages.

We hope that you’re all looking forward to what we’ve shared today about the road ahead for Pokémon UNITE. We can’t wait to share more with you in the coming months as we work toward the best experience possible. And as always, we’re grateful for your continued support and interest in Pokémon UNITE.

See you on Aeos Island, Trainers.

Cheers,
Masaaki Hoshino
Producer, Pokémon UNITE

Source: https://unite.pokemon.com/en-us/news/pokemon-unite-producer-letter/
Posted By: Sunain | Jan 06 2022 09:35:10
Comments: 1
Tags: Pokémon UNITE

The official Pokémon UNITE Twitter has announced that Zeraora Power Plant Style Holowear and Alolan Ninetales Checkered Style Holowear are available now for 1200 and 400 Gems. Now you can live out your dreams of working at a power plant, through Zeraora! Power Plant Style Zeraora is now available in Pokémon UNITE!

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Sources: https://twitter.com/PokemonUnite/status/1478878985543168000 and https://twitter.com/poke_unite_jp/status/1478878987292135426
Posted By: Sunain | Jan 01 2022 09:51:47
Comments: 1
Tags: Pokémon UNITE

From January 1st, 2022 until January 3rd, 2022 at 3:59pm PT, you can play as any Pokémon, regardless of if you own their UNITE license or not in Pokémon UNITE. Trial Licenses for all Pokémon will be available to use in Standard and Quick Battle Matches, including the new Tsareena and Dragonite Unite Licenses!

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Source: https://twitter.com/PokemonUnite/status/1477069564139618305

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It’s the season for giving! Log in every day to Pokémon UNITE between December 23rd, 2021 and January 1st, 2022 at 3:59pm PT to receive special gifts. Players can pick from: 600 Aeos Coins, 375 Aeos Tickets, 5 Holowear Tickets, or 40 Item Enhancers.

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Rewards: (1 of the Following can be claimed)
  • Blastosie Hat
  • Ninetales Hat
  • Charizard Hat
  • Zeraora Hat

Sources: https://twitter.com/PokemonUnite/status/1474183047927017475 and https://twitter.com/poke_unite_jp/status/1474167941625176070

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Details on changes and adjustments that have come to Pokémon UNITE with the December 20th, 2021 - Version 1.3.1.7 have been announced. Details have been added to our Pokémon UNITE Patches page.

Pokémon UNITE Game Update - December 20th, 2021 - Ver. 1.3.1.7

Update Date/Time: 2021-12-20 at 07:00
Update Details
  • Bug Fixes
  • Spec Changes
  • Text Fixes

If the app has not been updated on your device, please restart the app to apply this update. Changes have been made to some Pokémon stats and moves to adjust the balance of Unite Battles.

Details

Venusaur: Petal Dance
  • Effects on the user weakened.
Venusaur: Solar Beam
  • Cooldown reduced.
Venusaur: Sludge Bomb
  • Range increased.
Venusaur: Unite Move: Verdant Anger
  • The following have been adjusted for this move: Area of Effect
Wigglytuff: Unite Move: Starlight Recital
  • Shield effect weakened.
  • Duration of effects on the user decreased.
Zeraora: Spark
  • Damage dealt to opposing Pokémon decreased.
Zeraora: Wild Charge
  • Bug Fixes
Gardevoir: Moonblast
  • Cooldown lengthened.
  • Move Downgrade
Gardevoir: Psyshock
  • Damage dealt to opposing Pokémon decreased.
Gardevoir: Future Sight
  • Bug Fixes
Eldegoss: Leaf Tornado
  • Damage dealt to opposing Pokémon decreased.
Eldegoss: Cotton Spore
  • Damage dealt to opposing Pokémon increased.
  • Cooldown reduced.
  • Duration of effects on opposing Pokémon increased.
  • Effects on opposing Pokémon strengthened.
  • Effects on the user strengthened.
Crustle: boosted attack
  • Damage dealt to opposing Pokémon increased.
Tsareena
  • Bug Fixes
Tsareena: Triple Axel
  • Effects on the user weakened.
Slowbro: Oblivious
  • Stat Increases
  • Changed to Has the Pokémon store up lost HP for a short time. When hitting an opposing Pokémon with a move, the Pokémon restores some of its HP using the stored-up HP, and it also decreases the opposing Pokémon’s Sp. Def for a short time.
Slowbro: Scald
  • Damage dealt to opposing Pokémon increased.
  • Effects on the user strengthened.
  • Effects on opposing Pokémon strengthened.
Slowbro: Amnesia+
  • Changed to Upgrade: Increases Sp. Def..
Decidueye: Spirit Shackle
  • Cooldown reduced.
Decidueye: Leaf Storm
  • Cooldown reduced.
  • Range increased.
  • Effects on opposing Pokémon strengthened.
  • Damage dealt to opposing Pokémon increased.
Decidueye: Leafage
  • Damage dealt to opposing Pokémon increased.
Cinderace: Blaze Kick+
  • Effects on the user strengthened.
Cinderace: Feint
  • Cooldown reduced.
Pikachu: Thunder Shock
  • Damage dealt to opposing Pokémon increased.
Pikachu: Volt Tackle
  • Damage dealt to opposing Pokémon increased.
Pikachu: Unite Move: Thunderstorm
  • Unite Move charge rate increased.
Sylveon: Hyper Voice
  • Bug Fixes
Remoat Stadium: Corphish
  • Bug Fixes

Source: https://unite.pokemon.com/en-us/news/pokemon-unite-patch-12-20/

Dragonite Is Now Available in Pokémon UNITE. Add a Melee All-Rounder to your UNITE team with a draconic powerhouse leveraging the power of fire, water, electricity, and dance in its attacks.

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Dragonite Dances Its Way into Pokémon UNITE

Rampage through the competition in Pokémon UNITE with Dragonite, now available to join your team. This Pokémon is a Melee All-Rounder, and it’s ready to unleash twisters, comets, fire, water, and electricity on the competition. Dragonite begins each match as Dratini, but it will evolve into Dragonair at Lv. 5 and Dragonite at Lv. 8.

The basic attacks for all three Pokémon—Dratini, Dragonair, and Dragonite—are boosted with every third attack, and they reduce the cooldown period for the Pokémon’s other moves. In addition, the basic attacks have certain effects that differ as the Pokémon evolves in battle.

Dratini’s boosted basic attack blasts water in front of Dratini. This water attack deals damage to opposing Pokémon it hits and has the additional benefit of restoring Dratini’s HP when it hits. Dragonair’s boosted attack alternates between a water attack and an electric attack with each use. If the water attack hits, it triggers the same additional effect as Dratini’s boosted basic attack. If the electric attack hits, it leaves the opposing Pokémon unable to act for a short time.

Finally, Dragonite’s boosted attack adds a little heat to the rotation—it alternates between a water attack, an electric attack, and a fire attack (in that order) with every use. If the water or electric attacks hit, they trigger the same additional effects as Dragonair’s boosted basic attacks. If the fire attack hits, it deals additional damage to the opposing Pokémon.

Dratini and Dragonair’s Marvel Scale Ability increases their Defense when they are afflicted with a status condition. Then, when Dragonair evolves into Dragonite, the Ability switches to Multiscale, which reduces the damage Dragonite receives for a short time. The Ability goes on cooldown after being triggered.

Dratini, Dragonair, and Dragonite’s Moves

At Lv. 1 and Lv. 3, Dratini can learn Twister and Dragon Breath. Twister creates a twister and releases it in a designated direction, dealing damage to any opposing Pokémon it hits and reducing their movement speed for a short time. Dragon Breath has Dratini exhale a mighty gust in a designated direction. If the move hits an opposing Pokémon, Dratini’s next basic attack becomes a boosted attack.

At Lv. 5, Twister can be upgraded into one of two moves. Dragon Dance has Dragonair move to a designated location while performing a mystical dance, increasing Dragonair’s damage dealt, movement speed, and basic attack speed for a short time. During this brief period, when one of Dragonair’s basic attacks hits an opposing Pokémon, it reduces Dragon Dance’s cooldown. Each time Dragon Dance is used, Dragonair’s damage dealt increases (up to three times maximum). When Dragon Dance is upgraded, it further increases Dragonair’s movement speed if there are opposing Pokémon nearby when the dance ends.

Extreme Speed has Dragonair leap at the designated opposing Pokémon and throw it, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon in the area of effect and shoving them. Extreme Speed also decreases the movement speed of opposing Pokémon it hits for a short time. Using Extreme Speed resets Multiscale’s cooldown. Extreme Speed can be upgraded so that if Dragonair’s movement speed is decreased when it uses Extreme Speed, that movement speed decrease is negated before the move is used.

At Lv. 8, Dragon Breath can be upgraded into one of two moves. Hyper Beam has Dragonite aim at a designated opposing Pokémon, charge up power, and then unleash a beam of light that sweeps up the ground in a straight line. In addition to the beam’s base damage, Hyper Beam also deals additional damage to opposing Pokémon it hits equal to a set percentage of their max HP. Dragonite is left unable to act for a short time after using Hyper Beam. When upgraded, Hyper Beam reduces the damage Dragonite receives while using it, including when charging up power.

Outrage has Dragonite start rampaging, stomping the ground and dealing damage to opposing Pokémon in the area of effect. Outrage also triggers the additional effect of the most recently used boosted basic attack once again. During the rampage, all of Dragonite’s basic attacks become special melee boosted attacks with increased attack speed. When the rampage ends, Dragonite is left unable to act for a short time. Outrage can be upgraded to reduce the duration of hindrance effects inflicted on Dragonite when it is rampaging.

Dragonite’s Unite Move, Draco Impact

Have a maximum impact with Dragonite’s Unite Move, Draco Impact, which it learns at Lv. 9. Draco Impact has Dragonite fly high into the air before crashing down with several comets on a designated area, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon in the area of effect and throwing them. The farther Dragonite flies, the more the Unite Move gauge is consumed. While Draco Impact is being used, Dragonite become immune to hindrances.

Dragonite is ready to rampage through the competition. Fly over to the Unite Battle Committee shop to get Dragonite’s Unite license now.

Sources: https://unite.pokemon.com/en-us/news/dragonite-dances-its-way-into-pokemon-unite/ and https://unite.pokemon.com/en-us/news/dragonite-dances-its-way-into-pokemon-unite/

YouTube Clip - Dragonite Character Spotlight | Pokémon UNITE


Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6XwlqlQqqQ

The Pokémon UNITE Battle Pass 4 is now available and it allows players to gain access to more rewards, including the Holowear Concert Style: Pikachu and Dark Suit Style: Absol.

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Pokémon UNITE Battle Pass 4 Available Now

Gain access to more rewards, including the Holowear Concert Style: Pikachu and Dark Suit Style: Absol.

The latest Pokémon UNITE battle pass titled Agent of Disaster is available now. And if you obtain the new premium pass, then in addition to the regular rewards earned through battling, you'll also get access to even more, including the new Holowear Concert Style: Pikachu and Dark Suit Style: Absol, as well as cool Trainer fashion items.

This Pokémon UNITE battle pass offers 60 levels, with unique missions and corresponding rewards available at each level. Complete up to three missions per day to obtain battle pass points, and complete weekly and seasonal missions to unlock new rewards. Players can also exchange Aeos gems for a premium pass, providing them with additional rewards, such as rare Holowear, when their battle pass level increases. And a premium pass plus automatically increases a player's battle pass level by 10.

Source: https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-news/pokemon-unite-battle-pass-4-available-now/

YouTube Clip - Battle Pass Agent of Disaster has begun!


Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMxW-81LM3Y

The official Pokémon UNITE website has announced a holiday event which will take place from December 15th, 2021, to January 16th, 2022. High resolution pictures and artwork from the press release have been added to an Imageboard thread. Full details of the event are listed below.

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Pokémon UNITE’s Holiday Festivities Will Be Snow Much Fun

Pokémon UNITE is embracing the merriment of the season with holiday festivities running from December 15, 2021, to January 16, 2022. Players can get special log-in gifts such as reward boxes containing limited licenses and Trainer fashion items, earn special event rewards with the Illumination Challenge and Photo Challenge, and add two new Unite licenses to their collection as Tsareena and Dragonite enter the fray. And by taking part in Snowball Battle in Shivre City, players can watch as their Pokémon are transformed into snowmen during battle. Finally, from January 1 to January 3, 2022, the Unite licenses for all Pokémon will temporarily be made available to all players at no cost, allowing Trainers to use any Pokémon in any battle except ranked matches.

New Unite Licenses

Put your best foot forward during the festivities with two new Unite licenses. From December 9 to December 31, 2021, the Unite license for Tsareena will be available at no cost. Tsareena is a Melee All-Rounder that is ready to reign over the competition with moves like Triple Axel, Trop Kick, and Queen Ascendant.

On December 20, 2021, the Unite license for Dragonite will be available. With powerful moves like Dragon Breath, Outrage, and Draco Impact, this Melee All-Rounder harnesses its impressive heft and draconic might to dole out maximum damage. New Challenges

Take on exciting new challenges with the Illumination Challenge running from December 15, 2021, to January 16, 2022, and the Photo Challenge running from December 24, 2021, to January 6, 2022.

Participate in the Illumination Challenge by selecting the holiday tree in the lobby to compete in daily missions and challenge missions. By completing these missions, players can collect lights to light up the holiday tree and earn fun rewards—including a Trainer snapshot frame and background, a 1-day limited license, Trainer fashion items, and more.

The Photo Challenge doesn’t run the full length of the festivities, but it still serves up plenty of fun. Players can participate in standard battles, quick battles, ranked matches, and Snowball Battle in Shivre City to collect snowflakes. These snowflakes are then used to reveal parts of a photo that are hidden by a silhouette. Collect lots of snowflakes to complete the photo and earn rewards!

New Quick Battle Map

Ice out opponents on the new 4-on-4 quick battle map, Snowball Battle in Shivre City. On this map, opposing Pokémon that are knocked out will become snowmen for a limited time. Pokémon that are turned into snowmen will not be able to move, but they can visually assist their teammates. While a Pokémon is a snowman, its basic attack will instead cause it to jump into the air, and its moves will do different poses, such as cheering, waving, and giving a thumbs-up. When a Pokémon’s snowman form ends, it’ll leap free of the snow and return to battle.

During Snowball Battle in Shivre City, players can defeat wild Delibird to receive a gift box containing a random one-time battle item that replaces their current battle item. Additionally, the wild Avalugg that normally appears in the central area will be replaced with Articuno.

Special Log-In Gifts

Enjoy special themed rewards and prize boxes by logging in daily from December 24, 2021, until January 1, 2022. From December 25 to December 28, 2021, a prize box will be available from which players can choose to receive Aeos coins, Holowear tickets, Aeos tickets, or item enhancers. From December 29 to December 31, 2021, a prize box will be available that contains a 7-day limited license for one of six Pokémon of the player’s choosing. Finally, a New Year’s prize box will be available only on January 1, 2022, and it will offer players the opportunity to select from one of four exclusive Trainer fashion items!

Finally, be sure to check out the in-game shop for discounted items and cool seasonal Holowear for Pikachu and other Pokémon!

Happy holidays!

Source: https://unite.pokemon.com/en-us/news/unite-holiday-event/

Press Release - FEEL THE FESTIVE CHEER WITH NEW CHARACTERS AND GAME MODES IN POKÉMON UNITE!

Seasonal Festivities Bring Fun New Ways to Play

BELLEVUE, WA — December 8, 2021—Today, The Pokémon Company International unveiled an avalanche of seasonal updates for Pokémon UNITE, including the all-new event Snowball Battle in Shivre City, filled with in-game challenges and surprises celebrating the holiday season, starting December 15, 2021 and lasting until January 16, 2022.

New Pokémon Enter the Arena—Tsareena and Dragonite Coming Soon to Pokémon UNITE

The festivities will kick off tomorrow with the launch of Tsareena, a new playable Pokémon being added to the game’s ever-expanding roster. As an All-Rounder, Tsareena provides new tactical opportunities and fun new ways for Trainers to play, bringing new moves like Trop Kick and Grassy Glide to shake up the strategic team gameplay. Additionally, players will be able to obtain a free Unite license for Tsareena until December 31, 2021 by simply logging in to the game and checking their in-game mail.

Trainers can also look forward to soaring through the skies as Dragonite, who is also releasing as a playable Pokémon on December 20, 2021. Stay tuned to official Pokémon social channels for more information and a first look at Dragonite in action.

Prepare for Festive Frolics with Snowball Battle in Shivre City

From December 15, 2021 to January 16, 2022, the holiday spirit will take hold in quick battles as KO’d Pokémon will turn into snowmen. Although frozen in place, snowmen can still provide tactical information for their teammates while waiting for their revival.

Moreover, players will receive a gift box after defeating Delibird, the Delivery Pokémon. Inside each gift box will be a random one-time battle item that replaces the player’s current item, keeping players on their toes in ever-changing and unpredictable encounters.

Along with these festive additions, the wild Pokémon in Shivre City’s central area will be replaced with Articuno two minutes into matches, offering new challenges for teams to take on.

Trainers and Pokémon will also be able to put on a festive look during the event, as new Holowear and Trainer fashion items will be added to the game.

Don’t Miss Out—Log-In Bonuses and Special Challenges Await

The Illumination Challenge will also take place from December 15, 2021 to January 16, 2022 alongside Snowball Battle in Shivre City. Players will need to light up the festive tree that appears in the lobby by collecting lights earned through daily missions (up to 100 lights per day) and challenge missions (up to 750 lights per challenge mission). Collecting lights will unlock decorative items and bonuses, including a 1-Day Limited License: Alolan Ninetales, new Trainer fashion items, and other holiday-themed decorations (a different number of lights will be required to unlock each item).

Additionally, from December 24, 2021 until January 6, 2022, players can enjoy the new Photo Challenge, collecting snowflakes to complete a fun seasonal art piece. Players can obtain snowflakes by battling in standard matches, quick battles, ranked matches, and Snowball Battle in Shivre City.

From December 24, 2021 until January 1, 2022, players can log in to Pokémon UNITE to receive daily rewards, such as Aeos tickets and items enhancers, as well as special gifts containing a limited selection of items from which players can choose their favorite.

To celebrate the new year, for the first three days of 2022 (January 1 to January 3), players will also have access to every Unite license in the game, allowing them to play with any Pokémon at no cost (except in ranked matches). This is the perfect opportunity for new players and returning veterans to try out a Pokémon they haven’t before, testing their skills against other players from around the world.

Upcoming Updates:

  • New Playable Pokémon—Tsareena: December 9, 2021
  • Snowball Battle in Shivre City: December 15, 2021 – January 16, 2022
  • Illumination Challenge: December 15, 2021 – January 16, 2022
  • New Playable Pokémon—Dragonite: December 20, 2021
  • Log-In Bonus Challenge: December 24, 2021 – January 1, 2022
  • Photo Challenge: December 24, 2021 – January 6, 2022

YouTube Clip - Pokémon UNITE Holiday Festivities will be snow much fun!


Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgjgdMQHG-4

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Pokémon UNITE has now been downloaded over 50 million times! As a thank you, any user who logs in between December 9th, 2021 and January 31st, 2022, will receive 2,000 Aeos Tickets. Thank you once again for all of your support!

Source: https://twitter.com/PokemonUnite/status/1467841262137053187
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