Pokémon UNITE has officially launched, with players all over the world now able to play the first Pokémon MOBA on Nintendo Switch and mobile devices.
UNITE is a free-to-play game that only gives players a certain number of Pokémon when they first download it and complete the tutorial. The remaining roster needs to be unlocked through purchasing or grinding to receive UNITE Licenses, or the method used to unlock various Pokémon to use in matches.
Initially, as a launch window bonus, TiMi Studio gave any player that downloads UNITE the chance to redeem a free Unite License for the Mythical Pokémon Zeraora. That promotion was brought back once the game launched for mobile and is still available for anyone who picks up the game.
In order to claim your Zeraora Unite License, you will first need to complete the game’s initial tutorial, which will then give you access to the main menu hub.
Once you finish the tutorial, you can navigate to the Events sub-menu and scroll down until you see the “Zeraora Mission.” As detailed in the tab, to unlock the Electric-type you just need to win 32 battles of any kind, whether they are casual, ranked, or quick matches.
Additionally, you will earn 100 Aeos Tickets, 450 Aeos Coins, and 50 Item Enhancers as you battle, with Zeraora joining your roster once you complete the 32nd match.