What you need to know
- Pokémon UNITE is a MOBA and the first of its kind in the Pokémon franchise.
- The developer has announced that an update with balances and a spectator feature is coming to the game.
- The update is set to go live on August 4, 2021.
The developer of the game has announced in a tweet that an update is coming to the game, including balancing adjustments, changes to the effectiveness of some Pokémon moves, and a test release of an all-new spectate feature.
Attention, Trainers! #PokemonUNITE will be receiving an update this Wednesday, 8/4. Changes include balance adjustments to several playable Pokémon.
Full update details➡️https://t.co/L3Ss97mtHo pic.twitter.com/WbvHsDWNctAttention, Trainers! #PokemonUNITE will be receiving an update this Wednesday, 8/4. Changes include balance adjustments to several playable Pokémon.
Full update details➡️https://t.co/L3Ss97mtHo pic.twitter.com/WbvHsDWNct— Pokémon UNITE (@PokemonUnite) August 3, 2021August 3, 2021
The update is set to go live on August 4, 2021, with the spectate feature being tested from August 4 to August 6. After updating, players will need to restart the app completely in order to allow the updates to run. For the full patch notes, players can view them on the official website.
It is definitely encouraging to see the developer listen to requests made by fans, and make changes where necessary, as no game is perfect. Pokémon UNITE could definitely shape up to be one of the best online multiplayer games on the Nintendo Switch.
What is your favorite Pokémon to play as in UNITE? Let us know in the comments!
Unity is the key to success!
Pokémon UNITE is the first MOBA game in the Pokémon franchise. It's free to play, has unique customization options for both players and Pokémon, and features some of the most popular Pokémon in battles between teams of five.
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