Pokemon Unite Tier List Patch 188.8.131.52 - (Updated 1.4) Quickplay 3v3
(Updated 1.4) Quickplay 3v3Created by MegaPelican
Quickplay's game objectives are different to Standard or Ranked play. Instead of defending an objective, the game mode is focused primarily on scoring as many points as possible. Sometimes people can make it through games without running into a single other person from the opposing enemy team, and as such PvP kills and assists are kept to a relative minimum. It's all about quick burst damage and scoring, and so concepts such as crowd control and supporting are far less important.
That said, a very important thing to consider is Regigigas. Regigigas can give a massive point lead if defeated, and after that, everything hinges on how well your team can kill the opponents. It isn't always the finalizer for 3v3 matches, but since it plays such a big role, criteria for quality is as follows:
Can you put out quick and reliable damage? Can you outrun the opponents and score quickly? Can you take on multiple enemies at once, and potentially by yourself? Can you snipe Regigigas without putting yourself at risk? How quickly can you kill wild pokemon?
S tier - Excels in this game mode. Able to put out quick damage, take on multiple enemies at once, or be a consistent threat - or all three at once.
A tier - Does well in this game mode. Able to set up well for team mates, contest points, and generally be reliable.
B tier - Does decently in this game mode. May have a niche that keeps them above C tier, or excels at a couple things but isn't as reliable as those above.
C tier - Underperforms in this game mode. Isn't able to do any of these things reliably, and won't help much in most situations.
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In general, tier lists can be interpreted as follows:
- S: Top-tier Pokemon. These are the best Pokemon to play in general.
- A: Great Pokemon. These are great options of Pokemon to play and can provide good synergy to your team.
- B: Good Pokemon. While these Pokemon aren't necessarily ideal to play, they can provide certain synergies allowing them to perform well.
- C: Okay Pokemon. These Pokemon are typically less than ideal to play.
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