Pokemon UNITE is a collection of playable Pokemon

Pokemon UNITE is a collection of playable Pokemon ...

Pokemon UNITE is a multiplayer gaming game developed in partnership with Tencents TiMi Studios and The Pokemon Company that has grown a large playerbase worldwide on both Nintendo Switch and mobile devices.

Compared to other Pokemon spin-offs, players can experiment with the games' roster in new ways.

UNITE has a lot going for it, with regular content updates along with full cross-progression across Switch and mobile. Additional features such as customizable outfits, gameplay mechanics, and events are also added frequently.

Another component of these consistent updates is the addition of new Pokemon to the game as free DLC that players may unlock. A majority of them are simply put live for a fixed price in the in-game shop, while a few are given away for free in event missions when they launch.

Every month, one new Pokemon is added to the game, with a few exceptions for special occasions such as birthdays or tie-in events. Here is a list of the playable Pokemon you may acquire.

Every playable Pokemon in Pokemon UNITE

  • Attacker
    • Pikachu
    • Venusaur
    • Greninja
    • Alolan Ninetails
    • Cramorant
    • Cinderace
    • Gardevoir (post-launch)
    • Sylveon (post-launch)
    • Decidueye (post-launch)
    • Duraladon (post-launch)
    • Espeon (post-launch)
    • Delphox (post-launch)
    • Glaceon (post-launch)
  • Speedster
    • Gengar
    • Absol
    • Talonflame
    • Zeraora (special launch release)
  • All-Rounder
    • Garchomp
    • Charizard
    • Lucario
    • Machamp
    • Tsareena (post-launch)
    • Dragonite (post-launch)
    • Aegislash (post-launch)
    • Azumarill (post-launch)
    • Buzzwole (post-launch)
  • Defender
    • Slowbro
    • Crustle
    • Snorlax
    • Blastoise (post-launch)
    • Mamoswine (post-launch)
    • Greedent (post-launch)
    • Trevenant (post-launch)
  • Supporter
    • Wigglytuff
    • Mr. Mime
    • Eldegoss
    • Blissey (post-launch)
    • Hoopa (post-launch)
  • Pikachu
  • Venusaur
  • Greninja
  • Alolan Ninetails
  • Cramorant
  • Cinderace
  • Gardevoir (post-launch)
  • Sylveon (post-launch)
  • Decidueye (post-launch)
  • Duraladon (post-launch)
  • Espeon (post-launch)
  • Delphox (post-launch)
  • Glaceon (post-launch)
  • Gengar
  • Absol
  • Talonflame
  • Zeraora (special launch release)
  • Garchomp
  • Charizard
  • Lucario
  • Machamp
  • Tsareena (post-launch)
  • Dragonite (post-launch)
  • Aegislash (post-launch)
  • Azumarill (post-launch)
  • Buzzwole (post-launch)
  • Slowbro
  • Crustle
  • Snorlax
  • Blastoise (post-launch)
  • Mamoswine (post-launch)
  • Greedent (post-launch)
  • Trevenant (post-launch)
  • Wigglytuff
  • Mr. Mime
  • Eldegoss
  • Blissey (post-launch)
  • Hoopa (post-launch)
  • Pikachu
  • Venusaur
  • Greninja
  • Alolan Ninetails
  • Cramorant
  • Cinderace
  • Gardevoir (post-launch)
  • Sylveon (post-launch)
  • Decidueye (post-launch)
  • Duraladon (post-launch)
  • Espeon (post-launch)
  • Delphox (post-launch)
  • Glaceon (post-launch)
  • Gengar
  • Absol
  • Talonflame
  • Zeraora (special launch release)
  • Garchomp
  • Charizard
  • Lucario
  • Machamp
  • Tsareena (post-launch)
  • Dragonite (post-launch)
  • Aegislash (post-launch)
  • Azumarill (post-launch)
  • Buzzwole (post-launch)
  • Slowbro
  • Crustle
  • Snorlax
  • Blastoise (post-launch)
  • Mamoswine (post-launch)
  • Greedent (post-launch)
  • Trevenant (post-launch)
  • Wigglytuff
  • Mr. Mime
  • Eldegoss
  • Blissey (post-launch)
  • Hoopa (post-launch)

Like with any MOBA, leveling up your character is a key feature in inUNITE, which also ties into the development mechanic from Pokemon.

In most cases, players will start with the first form of a Pokemon and must level it up as they would in one of the main titles if they want it to learn new moves and evolve. That means a lot of the roster will be made up of Pokemon with three-stage evolutions, but not entirelyas shown by Snorlax being on the roster.