The events in Pokémon Unite are almost set for November 2023. However, according to sources, there is something big (literally big) coming to the game in the next two months. The arrival of Metagross was reported long back, once it was at its rumour stage. Now, after Metagross’ scheduled arrival in December, January too looks eventful, as sources claim that the Generation I sensation, Gyarados is coming to the game in early 2024! Let’s take a quick glance at the moves of the two upcoming arrivals in this Pokémon Unite November 2023 leaks article.
First, let us focus on the Steel/Psychic-type. The following are the moves it is coming with, according to the sources.
The user is granted a shield, and the user’s next basic attack becomes a boosted attack.
This Normal move has the user scan to see if there is an opposing Pokémon in front of it. If there is, the user charges toward the opposing Pokémon it finds, dealing damage to it.
The move has the user charge power in its fist, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon in an area of effect while granting itself a shield. The more opposing Pokémon this move hits, the more the shield effect is strengthened and the more damage the user deals with its next basic attack.
- This next basic attack hits with a hard punch fired like a meteor, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon in an area of effect.
- Upgrade: Restores the user’s HP when the punch hits an opposing Pokémon.
This steel-type move has the user spin rapidly, dealing damage to nearby opposing Pokémon. When the outer edge of the spin hits an opposing Pokémon, the user is granted a shield. If this move hits many opposing Pokémon or hits Pokémon on the opposing team, the shield effect becomes stronger.
Upgrade: If the shield effect remains for a set amount of time, the user recovers the same amount of HP as the remaining shield effect.
- Has the user fire a psychic wave in a forward direction, then charge toward opposing Pokémon it hits, dealing damage and throwing them.
- Upgrade: Reduces damage taken from opposing Pokémon for a short time after the user deals damage.
Has the user levitate for a set amount of time using electrically-generated magnetism, increasing the user’s movement speed. If the user performs a basic attack while levitating, the user falls on the ground forcefully, dealing damage to nearby opposing Pokémon and throwing them. Upgrade: While levitating, the user receives reduced damage from opposing Pokémon.
The move has the user quickly analyze the position of nearby opposing Pokémon, granting the user a shield effect based on the number of opposing Pokémon analyzed. When X or fewer opposing Pokémon are analyzed, the user lunges toward the opposing Pokémon with the lowest HP, dealing damage to it. If an opposing Pokémon is knocked out by this move, the user recovers a portion of its Unite Move gauge.
When X or more opposing Pokémon are analyzed, the user lunges toward the opponent with the lowest HP, dealing damage to nearby opposing Pokémon and creating a wall around itself.
Pokémon Unite November 2023 Leaks: Gyarados and its Movesets
Gyarados, starting with its Magikarp form, joins the fray in January 2024, after Metagross. Here is the list and description of the moves it is coming with.
When the Pokémon is damaged by an opposing Pokémon, its movement speed is increased for a short time. This effect can stack up to several times. Each time the Pokémon with this Ability knocks out an opposing Pokémon, scores a goal or otherwise makes a contribution in battle, its effort gauge increases. Once the effort gauge is full, the Pokémon evolves into Gyarados. However, knocking oppositions to evolve isn’t mandatory.
The move has the user flail about, dealing damage to nearby opposing Pokémon. The lower the user’s remaining HP, the more damage this move deals.
This hysterical move, has the user jump to the designated location. A maximum of 3 uses can be kept in reserve for this move.
The Dragon-type move has the user exhale a mighty gust, dealing damage to (opposing Pokémon and leaving them paralyzed. If the user hits an opposing Pokémon with this move, the user’s basic attacks are boosted for a short time, dealing increased damage with increased basic attack speed. The more opposing Pokémon hit by this move (up to a maximum of X), the greater the basic attack speed increase.
Upgrade: Increases the damage dealt by this move and basic attacks.
In this Water-type move, the user swings its tail continuously for a set amount of time. If this move hits opposing Pokémon three times, this move can be used again. This second stage of the move has the user charge power, then sweep its tail to attack a wider area. If the user charges power for a set amount of time or longer before attacking, the move’s area of effect is increased and it deals increased damage.
Upgrade: The second stage of the move deals additional damage based on the percentage of HP the opposing Pokémon has lost.
Has the user charge three times in a row at awesome speed, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon it hits. The user can change direction between each charge. If the second charge hits an opposing Pokémon, the user is granted a shield. If the third charge hits an opposing Pokémon, the opposing Pokémon is thrown. Upgrade: Reduces this move’s cooldown.
Has the user charge power, then bounce to the designated location and attack.
The longer power is charged, the farther the user can bounce. If power is charged for a certain amount of time or longer, the user is granted a shield when it bounces, and the user applies a movement speed decrease to opposing Pokémon it hits when it lands.
Upgrade: Strengthens the effect of the shield granted by this move.
Has the user dive underwater, where it can’t attack or be targeted by opposing Pokémon. When this move is used again, the user leaps up forcefully and attacks. If the user stays underwater for a set amount of time, it creates a whirlpool where it surfaces, applying a continuous slowing effect to opposing Pokémon it hits. If the user stays underwater for an even longer amount of time, it creates a waterspout where it surfaces, throwing opposing Pokémon it hits.
Ranked mode changes
The following text was seen as the rules for Ranked mode in the game. From the next update, both the Remoat Stadium and Theia Sky Ruins maps will be available for playing Ranked games. However, whether players will be allowed to set the map beforehand, or it will be random, is not confirmed yet.
That’s all about the movesets for the two new incomings in Pokémon Unite, according to the datamine leaks.
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