Whether you’re a veteran of the MOBA genre or just a fan of the Pokémon series, Pokémon Unite has all of the tools to help you dive headfirst into Unite Battles.
Much like other MOBA titles, Pokémon Unite pits five players against another team of five players that control different Pokémon. The Pokémon available to choose from are separated into different classes based on their strengths: Attacker, Defender, Supporter, Speedster, and All-Rounder. Though each Pokémon is categorized, the moves they can learn leveling up can be used for both attacking and defending, making each battle feel new and exciting.
The twist in this MOBA, however, is that instead of destroying opposing towers and invading their bases, players must work together to score goals using Aeos Energy. The team with the most Aeos Energy collected and scored at the end of the 10-minute game is the victor, though there are many ways to ensure prowess on the battlefield even if it’s the first time you’ve played this genre of game.
Here’s our guide for beginners of Pokémon Unite, aimed at helping both seasoned MOBA veterans and those picking up this new title for its solid collection of Pokémon.
Don’t forget the wild Pokémon
Players may feel compelled to lash out at opposing players for their Aeos Energy, though doing so will often reap less rewards early on in the battle. Therefore, it is important that players take advantage of catching the wild Pokémon scattered across