Pokemon Unite – version patch notes

Pokemon Unite – version patch notes

The most recent patch for Pokemon Unite, version, has been released to the public and is now live. The patch focuses mostly on achieving a balance between the different Pokemon. In addition, there have been improvements made to the language, the events, the shops, and the bugs.

Version patch notes

Update Details

  • Shop Updates
  • Event Updates
  • Bug Fixes
  • Text Fixes

Sableye could too easily use Shadow Sneak to safely hide in stealth, so Shadow Sneak has been nerfed to give Sableye’s targets more opportunity to retaliate.

Shadow Sneak

  • The time it takes from when the move is used until Sableye enters stealth: 0.75 sec. → 1.5 sec.
  • Sableye now cannot enter stealth if it is left unable to act between the time Shadow Sneak is used and when stealth begins.

Urshifu (Single Strike Style)
So that Urshifu’s fists are used more for offense than defense, Wicked Blow has been nerfed. Ebon Fist’s ability to throw opponents was also too powerful, so it has been nerfed.

Wicked Blow

  • Damage reduction while charging: 30% → 20%

Wicked Blow+

  • Damage reduction while charging: 60% → 40%

Unite Move: Ebon Fist

  • Damage: reduced by 25%
  • Now, when no direction is designated, Ebon Fist deals damage to and throws only the designated Pokémon.

Urshifu (Rapid Strike Style)
Boosted basic attacks and Surging Strikes have been buffed so that Urshifu can continue attacking without interruption.

Flowing Fists took too long to reach its full power, so it has been buffed.

Boosted basic attack

  • Move cooldown reduction: 1.5 sec. → 2 sec.

Surging Strikes

  • Cooldown: 13 sec. → 11 sec.

Unite Move: Flowing Fists

  • Number of times the user needs to deal damage in order to increase the follow-up attack’s consecutive blows by one: 3 → 2

The mobility and attack power of Swords Dance was too strong, so it has been nerfed.

Swords Dance

  • Cooldown: 5 sec. → 6 sec.
  • Attack increase: 15% → 12%

Scyther’s mobility was far too high throughout battle, so Dual Wingbeat, Swords Dance, and Green Illusion Dive have been nerfed.

Dual Wingbeat

  • Cooldown: 5 sec. → 6 sec.

Swords Dance

  • Cooldown: 6 sec. → 7 sec.
  • Attack increase: 15% → 12%

Unite Move: Green Illusion Dive

  • Stage one area of effect: reduced by about 30%
  • Stage two dash distance: reduced by about 20%

Mr. Mime
Mr. Mime has been able to contribute greatly in battle from start to finish. To reduce Mr. Mime’s capability in the second half of battle, Confusion, Power Swap, and Showtime! have been nerfed.


  • Damage: reduced by 15% (additional damage dealt when opposing Pokémon hit obstacles was not adjusted)

Power Swap

  • Movement speed increase when linked to ally Pokémon: 15% → 10%
  • HP restoration when linked to ally Pokémon: reduced by 15%

Unite Move: Showtime!

  • Damage: reduced by 10%

Moonlight and Gravity have been buffed so that Clefable can more easily protect its allies.


  • HP restoration: increased by 15%


  • Time that opposing Pokémon are left unable to act: 0.5 sec. → 1 sec.

Phantom Force has been adjusted to make it easier for Hoopa to warp freely.

Hyperspace Hole has been buffed because its ability to give an advantage had decreased.

Rings Unbound was buffed so it can be more easily timed.

Phantom Force

  • The move now targets a designated location instead of a designated Pokémon’s location.

Hyperspace Hole

  • Cooldown: 12 sec. → 10 sec.
  • Cooldown before ally Pokémon can return to the warp location: 15 sec. → 10 sec.
  • Cooldown before Hoopa and ally Pokémon start recovering HP: 0.5 sec → 0 sec.

Unite Move: Rings Unbound

  • Unite gauge needed: reduced by about 15%

The damage dealt by Shadow Ball has been buffed.

Shadow Ball

  • Damage: increased by 12%

Shadow Ball+

  • Damage: increased by 12%

The latest update for Pokemon Unite, version, is now live and can be downloaded for free on mobile devices and the Nintendo Switch.

About Pokemon Unite

In Pokémon’s first ever 5-on-5 strategic team fight game, you’ll need to band together to defeat the competition.

Participate in the Unite Battles on Aeos Island with Trainers from all around the globe as they make their way there! Trainers compete against one another in 5-on-5 team fights in the game Unite Battles to see who can rack up the most points in the specified amount of time. As you and your teammates battle wild Pokémon, level up and develop your partner Pokémon, and try to knock out Pokémon belonging to the enemy team to stop them from gaining points, the importance of teamwork cannot be overstated. Put your ability to work together to the test, and bring home the victory!

The following are some of the most important features: • BATTLE IN STYLE: Step into the battlefield while looking your very best in Holowear! Trainers are now able to dress their Pokémon in a wide range of holographic clothing, thanks to a specialized technology that was created utilizing Aeos energy. Additionally, new holographic outfits are being released on a regular basis.


  • NITE MOVES: With the help of Unite Moves, you can unleash the full might of your Pokémon! You may reverse the tide of even the most hopeless circumstances by using these brand-new techniques, which can only be performed by Pokémon when participating in Unite Battles.
  • RANK UP: Are you interested in demonstrating your level of expertise? Take part in ranked matches in order to gain points and move up the world leaderboard!
  • COMMUNICATION IS VITAL: Even the most experienced Trainers understand how essential communication is to the accomplishment of their team’s goals. You and your team will be able to interact with one another and keep in sync with the use of signals, quick-chat messages, and, for the first time ever in a Pokémon game, voice chat.
  • PLAY ACROSS PLATFORMS: Thanks to the cross-platform compatibility, you can play with other Trainers from around the globe on the Nintendo Switch system or on a smartphone that is compatible with the game. Trainers may simply maintain their progress synchronized across platforms by using either their Nintendo Account or their Pokémon Trainer Club account on Nintendo Switch. Trainers can also utilize their accounts on mobile devices.