Gardevoir Arriving Tomorrow In Pokemon Unite

Gardevoir, a new Pokémon that will join Pokémon Unite’s roster tomorrow, July 28, will soon be fighting in bouts on Aeos Island. This will be the first new Pokémon to appear in the game since Zeraora, which was a free download during the game’s debut period but will no longer be accessible after August 31, 2021.

In Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, the Gardevoir line was debuted as Psychic-type Pokémon, then in Pokémon X and Y, it was renamed Fairy-type Pokémon. During this time, Gardevoir received a Mega Evolution, however, Mega Gardevoir has been phased out as Game Freak’s focus shifted to Dynamaxing in Pokémon Sword & Shield.

Diantha, the Champion of the Kalos region, had Gardevoir as her trademark Pokémon, therefore the climactic fight in Pokémon X and Y included a duel against her beefed-up Gardevoir and its Mega Evolution version.


Gardevoir’s arrival in Pokémon Unite was previously revealed since it was mentioned with Blastoise and a mystery Pokémon as arriving soon after the game’s debut. The release date for Gardevoir, on the other hand, arrived much sooner than expected, with the official Pokémon Unite Twitter account announcing that the Pokémon will be available on July 28.

In Pokémon Unite, Gardevoir is a Ranged Attacker, which means it does damage from afar while evading opponent counters. It begins as Ralts and progresses through the stages of Kirilia and Gardevoir as it gains experience points. Gardevoir’s Special 1 moves are Confusion, Psychic, and Moonblast, while its Special 2 moves are Teleport, Psyshock, and Future Sight, and its Unite move is Fairy Singularity, which attracts opponent Pokémon, moves them, and harms them, according to Serebii.

Gardevoir is one of the most popular Pokémon from Generation 3, which is why it was given a Mega Evolution in Generation 6 and a line break in Generation 4, giving birth to Gallade. It’s unexpected that it’ll be available so soon in Pokémon Unite, given that the game has just been out for a week.

Over the following year, it’s probable that developer TiMi will provide a constant stream of content to keep the player population interested. We can only hope that Pokémon Unite’s vexing microtransactions are addressed at some point, because no number of popular Pokémon will convince gamers to disregard the game’s business scheme.

Christian Allen Tandoc
Christian Allen Tandoc
Christian Allen Tandoc is a frantic writer, blogger, and ghostwriter. He quit his office job as an Applications Engineer for the love of writing. When he’s not working, he’s either playing with his PS4 or his 1-year old daughter.

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