The Pokémon Company's first MOBA game, Pokémon UNITE, debuted in July 2021 and has been accessible on iOS and Android since September 2021.
In Pokémon UNITE, certain champions are significantly more powerful than others and perform better overall. That doesn't rule out the possibility of outplaying other players with a Pokémon from the C or D tiers.
On April 7, All-Rounder Azumarill was added to the champions' pool, prompting the creation of this tier list. We looked at statistics from professional games to see if the professionals' picks made sense in single queue matches.
This is where the top Pokémon in UNITE's meta will be found. Whether it's dealing damage, tanking, or aiding, these Pokémon excel. Some of them, like Cinderace, have abilities that many players believe are broken and could be fixed in the future.
Although the Pokémon in this section isn't the best, they're nonetheless excellent candidates for rating. If you know how to use them and how the game should be played, the characters in this tier can play better than some of the S-tier options.
The Pokémon in this tier aren't necessarily overpowering or in need of buffing. It's not that they're trolls; it's just that some characters are better or easier to use than others. Slowbro, for example, is better suited for team-oriented battles than solo queue, where you won't be able to make the same influence.
The developers should pay attention to these Pokémon. Some of them were previously great, but have since fallen out of favor owing to nerfs or the introduction of new champions that outperform them in the meta.
The D-tier contains the few champions that require significant revision in order to remain competitive in UNITE's ranked play. They aren't really good at anything, and the alternatives listed above can accomplish everything these Pokémon can, but better.
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