Pokémon Unite's roster is expanding to include Gardevoir starting today
What you need to know
- Pokémon Unite is a competitive MOBA game that's available on the Nintendo Switch.
- The game features a variety of playable Pokémon characters, each with their own characteristics.
- The psychic and fairy type Pokémon Gardevoir will be available to play as of today.
Pokémon Unite is a free-to-play MOBA game where players go up against each other in teams of five. Players who have been enjoying the game over the last few days will be pleased to hear that Gardevoir is joining the player roster starting from today, July 28 2021. The official Pokémon Unite Twitter account posted a tweet showcasing the Pokémon's stats.
Some details on Gardevoir's stats and moves before it joins us for Unite Battles starting tomorrow! #PokemonUNITE pic.twitter.com/rMfd6gFTBxSome details on Gardevoir's stats and moves before it joins us for Unite Battles starting tomorrow! #PokemonUNITE pic.twitter.com/rMfd6gFTBx— Pokémon UNITE (@PokemonUnite) July 27, 2021July 27, 2021
The game has been incredibly popular since its release, with Pokémon fans being excited for a new MOBA experience to play with their friends on the Nintendo Switch. Gardevoir is both a psychic and fairy type Pokémon, with moves such as Psyshock and Moonblast in its arsenal. Its Unite Move, Fairy Singularity, is particularly useful at level 10. As a team member, Gardevoir players focus on offense, with the cons being that its mobility, endurance and support stats being lower.
Have you tried your hand at Pokémon Unite? If you're on the fence, the game is free on the Nintendo Switch eShop, so don't be afraid to check it out. Feel free to let us know about your experience in the comments!
Unity makes us victorious!
Pokémon Unite is a free-to-play MOBA game where Pokémon engage in 5-v-5 battles. The game is free-to-play and features a wide variety of different Pokémon in different classes. It's the first MOBA experience in the Pokémon franchise, offering tons of content to players
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