Pokémon Unite is an upcoming MOBA game from The Pokémon Company, developed in collaboration with Tencent. It is a new kind of experience wherein Pokémon battles players will team up and face off in 5-on-5 team battles. The game is set to release this July as a free-to-play title on the Nintendo Switch platform, and in September, on Mobile platforms.

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Even though Pokémon Unite is a free-to-play game. It offers skins, battle passes, items, premium currencies, etc that will cost you real money. And, with this article, we will try to figure out how much will Pokémon Unite cost you.

How Much Will Pokemon Unite Cost?

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Pokémon Unite is a free-to-play game on both Mobile and Nintendo Switch platforms. But, this doesn’t mean it will not cost you money. Free-to-play games like Pokémon Unite do not have any upfront cost. However, you have to pay a good amount of money to buy Pokémon Skins, Pokémon Unite Battle Pass, and other items from the game’s store.

We already have seen other free-to-play titles like Pokémon Go making billions from Microtransactions. The game doesn’t force you to buy or make microtransactions. However, they will manage to mesmerize you with cool-looking skins, easy level-ups, new Pokémons that you can easily unlock by using real money, etc.

To answer the question of how much Pokémon Unite costs, we have to go through the different features and shop options that have microtransactions. Let’s start with Pokémon Unite‘s Battle Pass.

How much Pokémon Unite Battle Pass costs?

Pokémon Unite battle pass has two versions, Premium Pass and Premium Pass Plus.

Pokémon Unite Premium pass will cost players 490 Gems. Meanwhile, the latter one, Premium Pass Plus, will cost players 840 Gems.

Alike many other battle passes that we have seen in these type of games. Pokémon Unite‘s battle pass will have 50 levels. And with each battle pass level-up, players will get skins and other in-game rewards.

Currencies in Pokémon Unite

As per current information, Pokémon Unite offers three different types of currencies.

  • Aeos Coins
  • Fashion Tickets
  • Gems

In Pokémon Unite, Aeos coins are more of a common currency that players get by completing matches, tutorials, doing battles, events, and other in-game activities.

Players get Fashion Tickets in Pokémon Unite whenever they purchase a skin[ subject to change ]. Moreover, there are different types of fashion tickets, which again depends on which rarity skin you bought.

Gems are supposedly the premium currency in Pokémon Unite that players can buy using real money. And, it can also be obtained for free by completing challenges.

Other things that may cost you money in Pokémon Unite

There are other things that somewhat have clear indication to be added in paid store of Pokémon Unite. We are talking about Unite Licenses, Skins, Battle items, Boosts, etc.

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Unite Licenses are used to unlock new Pokémon in Pokémon Unite. They can be bought using 1000 Aeos coins. However, expect it to be on paid store. As for skins, we all know there are gonna be paid.

Answered: How much will Pokémon Unite cost you?

As we mentioned earlier, you can play the game without paying any money. However, if you are tempted by Pokémon Unite battle pass, skins, and other premium items. Then be ready to pay around 50 to 100 plus USD on the game. This is a normal cost range. The actual cost depends on what you buy and which premium features you will opt for.

Pokémon Unite is a MOBA game set to release on Nintendo Switch and Mobile platforms later this year.

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