Pokémon Unite Patch Notes Finally Put Gengar, Mr. Mime, and, Mew in Their Place - Prima Games

Pokémon Unite Patch Notes Finally Put Gengar, Mr. Mime, and, Mew in Their Place

Finally, my nightmares are over.

by Jesse Vitelli

Pokemon Unite, the MOBA-inspired mobile and Switch game, received a new round of patch notes alongside the new Halloween update. While a new playable Pokemon was added, plenty of other balance adjustments came with it. Here are the Pokemon Unite Patch notes for October 27, 2022.

Pokemon Unite Patch Notes Finally Put Gengar, Mr. Mime, and Mew in Their Place

Most notably, Mr. Mime, Mew, and Gengar, who has been a literal nightmare to play against, have received some nerfs to keep it in line with some of the other Pokemon.

With the latest round of balance adjustments, let’s take a look at what has happened to these three Pokemon.

Gengar

  • Sp. Attack reduced
  • Shadow Ball
    • Range Decreased
  • Dream Eater
    • Range Decreased
  • Hex
    • Range Decreased

Mr. Mime

  • Confusion
    • Damage to opponents connected by Power Swap reduced
  • Confusion+
    • Damage to opponents connected by power Swap reduced
  • Showtime!
    • Damage reduced from 4084 to 3085

Mew

  • Solar Beam
    • Early game damage reduced from 828 to 818
    • Late game damage reduced from 3066 to 2772.
    • Fixed a bug that caused the move to be used in an unintended direction
  • Solar Beam+
    • Reduced the cooldown reduction effect of this move when hitting an opponent.
  • Surf
    • Early game damage reduced from 665 to 505.
    • Late game damage reduced from 2451 to 2249.
  • Agility
    • Move effect on the player reduced.
  • Mystical mirage
    • Early game damage reduced from 1478 to 1260

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Now, it’s clear Mew needed the most work here, and for a good reason. It was dominating the meta and really had no counter. It was an absolute menace on the field for a cute little creature. Every time we saw this pink little creature floating towards us with nothing but death in its eyes, we ran the other way. These adjustments will keep it in line and keep it in its place; if Mew breaks out again, who knows what will happen?

Mr. Mime is another one that received pretty significant nerfs across the board. Few things can send chills down your spine like this freaky little mime man hurdling towards you with nothing to lose and everything to gain.

Gengar, who has been the bane of our existence since the beginning of Pokemon Unite, has finally had its range reduced. We hope that this will actually force players to show themselves before attacking and not hide from a distance like cowards. Gengar wasn’t scary because you would be dead before you even knew what would happen. Unlike Mew and Mr.Mime, who slowly move toward you, reminding you that existence is fleeting.

You can read the rest of the Pokemon Unite patch notes here, and check out our game coverage, such as how to use Boost Emblems.