Pokémon Unite, the first MOBA video game in the series that has just been released in Nintendo Switch, includes different elements that adapt it to what we can find today in almost any free title, such as a Battle Pass paid.
However, it also combines this with a mechanic characteristic of the gacha games, by which we can get different rewards for free and depending on the number of games we play. When we finish a game, in addition to coins we will also get Energy, which accumulates and, upon reaching 100, we will unlock a “Spread” on a machine that we can access from the lobby.
Each time we use it we will be rewarded with a totally random object within the options there, such as ropa o tickets to purchase products in the store; similar to what we can see in Pokémon Masters when obtaining characters, although in Pokémon Unite the amount of energy that can be accumulated during a week is limited, a total of 1,400.
Despite this, if the player wants it, he can acquire power tanks, which will increase this maximum capacity, although for this you will have to pass by cashier taking into account that none of the objects with which they reward us will grant us a advantage over the rest during games.
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