Pokémon UNITE Released a Hotfix for in-game bugs

Pokémon Unite, a new free-to-play MOBA game from Nintendo and TiMi Studio, has been available for a few months and is already proving popular with gamers. Regular changes also contribute to the freshness of the site.


On September 29th, Pokémon UNITE will issue a patch update to solve in-game problems. Thanks to a recent patch that fixed the game-breaking problem for the two Pokémon Crustle and Lucario, fans may now play in peace. Players discovered this problem immediately after the big patch 1.2 releases. The most recent patch added a slew of new features and content to the game.

Following many fan concerns, Pokémon UNITE has released a patch that fixes the game's game-breaking Crustle and Lucario problem. Following the significant Pokémon Unite Patch 1.2 update, fans discovered a glitch that gives the two Pokémon Crustle and Lucario a massive advantage, severely destroying the game's balance. These flaws offer the two Pokémon unintended advantages, giving them a considerable edge in the game and allowing them to win. The game's creators, TiMi Studio, have also said that they are aware of the other in-game flaws that have been reported, and that a patch update will be released on September 29th, 2021 to address the issues.

After getting knocked out and respawning back into the game, Crustle's in-game glitch allowed him to earn a stat increase. The stat enhancement increased the power of the Held Items while also lowering the cooldown of its Unite Move, Rubble Rouser. This provided the player with an unfair edge over other players, destroying the match's competitive balance.

The Pokemon Lucario was the subject of the second game-breaking bug. Lucario could do a massive amount of damage while casting Extreme speed, which might one-shot other opponents.

Fortunately, TiMi Studio acted quickly to address the problem and repair it before it wreaked havoc on the ranking competitive matches. The developers also stated that another patch update would be released on September 29, 2021, to fix all other in-game problems that users have reported.

Due to in-game flaws, the Pokémon Crustle and Lucario inadvertently gained tremendous power. It's commendable that the developers were quick to respond and deploy the necessary patch before the problem worsened. It will be intriguing to see what Pokémon UNITE has in store.