Pokémon UNITE announces new Pokébuki Battle Pass, alongside update to Version 1.5.1.2, and the beginning of Ranked Match Season 4

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Battle Pass 7 has gone live in Pokemon UNITE together with the update to Version 1.5.1.2 and the start of Ranked Match Season 4. Following on from the western theater theme in the previous UNITE in the Spotlight Battle Pass, this latest Battle Pass is named for the traditional Japanese Kabuki theater. The update includes a variety new player character accessories based around traditional and period Japanese clothing. Also featured are new unlockable Pokémon Holowear for Blastoise, Charizard, Eldegoss, and Trevenant. The Pokébuki Battle Pass will run through to June 12th at 7 pm (CDT).



Players will raise their level through regular gameplay as they complete daily lessons and missions, receiving in-game rewards each time they level up. As usual, the most desirable content is gated off specifically for paying players, with various Pokébuki outfits and cosmetic items, as well as the Ninja Style: Charizard and Pokébuki Style: Blastoise Holowears, only available for players who have purchased the Premium Battle Pass. Free-to-play players will still however be able to receive an amount of Aeos Coins, Aeos Tickets and Item Enhancers from the Battle Pass. All players will also be able to take advantage of the Prize Box on reaching Level 60. The list of each reward each level in the Battle Pass can be found at the end of this post.

In conjunction with the launch of this new Battle Pass, the game is also running a a Pokébuki event. Running for the entire period of this battle pass, players will complete daily missions to earn special Flower Coins, which can be exchanged for a variety of rewards, including the Happi Style: Trevenant and Pokébuki Style: Eldegoss Holowear themed on traditional Japanese aesthetics.

Pokémon UNITE's Ranked Match Season 4 has also now begun. As usual, players will begin the season with a rank based on players' rankings from previous seasons. This season's unique Ultra Class reward is Knight Style: Mamoswine Holowear.

Separately to the new Battle Pass, a new version update has also made a variety of bug fixes and move adjustments to the existing Pokémon lineup. The full patch notes provided to players can be found below.

Pokémon UNITE Version 1.5.1.2 Patch Notes said:
Update Date/Time
2022-4-28 at 07:00

Post-Update Version
Ver.1.5.1.2

Update Details
  • Bug Fixes
  • Text Fixes
  • Shop Updates
  • Event Updates
  • Battle Pass Updates
If the app has not been updated on your device, please restart the app to apply this update.
Changes have been made to some Pokémon stats and moves to adjust the balance of Unite Battles.

Details
Greedent
: Covet
  • Changed to “Has the user run with all its might, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon it hits and throwing them. The user then becomes resistant to hindrances for a short time. While running, the user drops Berries from its body. If the user eats a dropped Berry, its movement speed is increased for a short time. The more Berries the user eats, the more its movement speed is increased. In addition, Tackle, Belch, or Bullet Seed can also be used while the user is running. Using this move will reset the cooldown of Tackle or Belch.”
Blissey: Soft-Boiled
  • Changed to “Throws an egg to an ally Pokémon, restoring its HP as well as the user’s.
  • A maximum of two uses can be kept in reserve for this move. If the user also learns Egg Bomb, the maximum number of uses that can be kept in reserve increases to four. In that case, this move and Egg Bomb share the same pool of uses kept in reserve.”
Blissey: Egg Bomb
  • Changed to “Hurls an egg at the designated location. The egg then explodes, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon in the area of effect and throwing them.
  • A maximum of two uses can be kept in reserve for this move. If the user also learns Soft-Boiled, the maximum number of uses that can be kept in reserve increases to five. In that case, this move and Soft-Boiled share the same pool of uses kept in reserve.”
Blissey: Soft-Boiled+
  • Level at which move is learned changed to 10.
Blissey: Safeguard+
  • Level at which move is learned changed to 10.
Blissey: Helping Hand+
  • Level at which move is learned changed to 12.
Blissey: Egg Bomb+
  • Level at which move is learned changed to 12.
Duraludon: Dragon Pulse
  • Damage dealt to opposing Pokémon decreased.
Duraludon: Stealth Rock
  • effects adjusted.
Alolan Ninetales: Blizzard
  • Duration of effects on opposing Pokémon increased.
  • Area of effect increased.
Alolan Ninetales: Aurora Veil
  • Move Downgrade
Talonflame: Brave Bird
  • Damage dealt to opposing Pokémon decreased.
  • Area of effect decreased.
Talonflame: Unite Move: Flame Sweep
  • Damage dealt to opposing Pokémon decreased.
  • Unite Move charge rate decreased.
Lucario: Extreme Speed
  • Damage dealt to opposing Pokémon decreased.
Hoopa: Trick
  • Area of effect decreased.
  • Cooldown lengthened.
  • Range decreased.
Hoopa: Trick+
  • HP restoration decreased.
Hoopa: Shadow Ball
  • Duration of effects on opposing Pokémon decreased.
Hoopa: Phantom Force
  • Cooldown reduced.
  • Effects on opposing Pokémon strengthened.
Zeraora: Discharge
  • Shield effect strengthened.
Aegislash: boosted attack
  • Move Upgrade
Aegislash: Sacred Sword
  • Damage dealt to opposing Pokémon increased.
  • Duration of effects on opposing Pokémon increased.
Trevenant: Branch Poke
  • Damage dealt to opposing Pokémon increased.
  • Effects on opposing Pokémon strengthened.
  • Changed to “Has the user jab in the designated direction, dealing damage to opposing Pokémon and decreasing their movement speed for a short time when it hits. At the same time, the user’s HP begins to gradually recover for a short time.”
Trevenant: Curse
  • Damage dealt to opposing Pokémon increased.
  • Effects on the user weakened.
Trevenant: Pain Split
  • HP restoration increased.
Trevenant: Unite Move: Phantom Forest
  • Unite Move charge rate increased.
Cramorant: Air Slash
  • Move Upgrade
Cramorant: Unite Move: Gatling Gulp Missile
  • Unite Move charge rate increased.
  • Damage dealt to opposing Pokémon increased.
Greninja: Unite Move: Waterburst Shuriken
  • Unite Move charge rate increased.
Azumarill: Bubble
  • Bugs fixed for the following effects on opposing Pokémon:
  • decreased movement speed
Azumarill: Whirlpool
  • Fixed bug(s) that affected the following:
  • Damage
Azumarill: Aqua Tail
  • Changed to “Increases the speed and area of effect of the user’s next three basic attacks. If these basic attacks hit from a distance, they also deal increased damage and restore the user’s HP.”
Buddy Barrier
  • Effect weakened.
Score Shield
  • Cooldown lengthened.
  • Adjustments

Pokébuki Battle Pass Rewards
  • Level 1: Ninja Style: Charizard (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 2: Aeos Coins x200
  • Level 3: Item Enhancers x30 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 4: Aeos Tickets x150
  • Level 5: Frame (Pokébuki Style) (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 6: Item Enhancers x15
  • Level 7: Aeos Tickets x300 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 8: Aeos Coins x200
  • Level 9: Item Enhancers x30 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 10: Pokébuki Set: Headwar (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 11: Item Enhancers x15
  • Level 12: Aeos Tickets x300 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 13: Item Enhancers x15
  • Level 14: Background (Pokébuki Style) (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 15: Item Enhancers x15
  • Level 16: Aeos Tickets x300 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 17: Aeos Coins x200
  • Level 18: Aeos Tickets x300 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 19: Item Enhancers x15
  • Level 20: Expression (Pokébuki Style) (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 21: Aeos Tickets x150
  • Level 22: Aeos Tickets x300 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 23: Item Enhancers x15
  • Level 24: Aeos Tickets x300 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 25: Aeos Coins x200
  • Level 26: Item Enhancers x30 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 27: Aeos Tickets x150
  • Level 28: Item Enhancers x30 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 29: Item Enhancers x15
  • Level 30: Aeos Tickets x300 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 31: Item Enhancers x15
  • Level 32: Aeos Tickets x300 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 33: Item Enhancers x15
  • Level 34: Sticker (Pokébuki Style) (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 35: Item Enhancers x15
  • Level 36: Aeos Tickets x300 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 37: Aeos Coins x200
  • Level 38: Aeos Tickets x300 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 39: Item Enhancers x15
  • Level 40: Pose (Pokébuki Style) (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 41: Aeos Tickets x150
  • Level 42: Item Enhancers x30 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 43: Aeos Tickets x150
  • Level 44: Aeos Tickets x300 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 45: Item Enhancers x15
  • Level 46: Aeos Tickets x300 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 47: Item Enhancers x15
  • Level 48: Aeos Tickets x300 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 49: Aeos Tickets x150
  • Level 50: Pokébuki Set: Tops and Bottoms (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 51: Item Enhancers x15
  • Level 52: Aeos Tickets x300 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 53: Item Enhancers x15
  • Level 54: Item Enhancers x30 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 55: Item Enhancers x15
  • Level 56: Aeos Tickets x300 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 57: Item Enhancers x15
  • Level 58: Aeos Tickets x300 (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)
  • Level 59: Item Enhancers x15
  • Level 60: Pokébuki Style: Blastoise (for Premium Battle Pass owners only)

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