Pokemon Unite New Battle Pass Contains Gengar and Lucario Space Skins

Gengar and Lucario have unlocked space-themed skins as part of the Galactic Ghost 094 Battle Pass for Pokémon Unite. Pokémon Unite, a free-to-play multiplayer online combat arena created by TiMi Studio, was released for Nintendo Switch in July. At its heart, the game offers an excellent MOBA-style experience, although filled with microtransactions that are outrageous by most accounts.

Pokémon Unite didn’t get a lot of positive feedback when it first came out. Excessive in-game purchase choices hampered several critics’ enjoyment of the whole package. In contrast, others claimed that Pokémon’s first attempt at a MOBA failed to capitalize on the brand’s strengths properly.


TiMi Studio, on the other hand, shows no signs of slowing down its support for the online game. In fact, today, September 22, Pokémon Unite migrated to Android and iOS devices, extending its reach even more. The introduction of a new Battle Pass might also help the game’s lifespan.

TiMi Studio released an all-new Battle Pass, Galactic Ghost 094, in addition to launching Pokémon Unite on mobile devices. The new Battle Pass has 90 levels, each with its own set of tasks and prizes, much like the previous one.

The premium pass includes “out-of-this-world Holowear” for Gengar and Lucario, as well as unlocked “Space Style” skins for both, as shown in the main picture above. According to a Pokémon Unite blog post, the Galactic Ghost 094 special pass also includes a “space-themed Trainer dress piece.” Check out the gameplay trailer below to see the new Gengar and Lucario skins in action:

The new battle pass should provide plenty of reasons for Pokémon Unite gamers to delve further into the Pokémon-branded MOBA experience. Given the newness of the content, complete impressions of the most recent additions have yet to circulate online.

Despite its mixed reviews, Pokémon Unite has gotten off to a good start on the Nintendo Switch. The Pokémon Company and TiMi Studio verified this a few days ago when they announced that Nintendo Switch users had downloaded Pokémon Unite an extraordinary nine million times to date. To put it another way, the latest mobile releases ensure that millions of more people will download the TiMi Studio-developed MOBA in the next weeks and months.

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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