Dragonite swoops into Pokémon UNITE for the holidays!

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Pokémon UNITE continues to receive support, keeping fans of its quick gameplay style continuously engaged. After the teaser trailer for Tsareena released, the developers have now announced that the Dragon/Flying type Pokémon, Dragonite, is coming to the game's roster as well.

The holiday festivities are about to begin! Take a look at all the snow-filled fun we have in store for you in #PokemonUNITE: https://t.co/yzSg8BZCoW pic.twitter.com/5LtTetSbPe

— Pokémon UNITE (@PokemonUnite) December 8, 2021

While Tsareena joins the fray on December 9, Dragonite's Unite license won't be coming along until December 20, 2021. Dragonite knows powerful moves like Dragon Breath, Outrage, and Draco Impact, making it a good melee all-rounder. New Holowear will also come alongside the winter holiday season, for characters like Dragonite, Mr. Mime, Pikachu, Crustle, and Snorlax. Trainers can look forward to new outfits as well, keeping in line with the festive spirit.

The game is set to undergo maintenance from 1:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. PT, presumably to put up all the holiday decorations around the area and get things going.

Attention, Trainers! #PokemonUNITE will be in maintenance on December 8 from 1:00PM to 11:00PM PT. During this time, the game will not be playable while we make adjustments.

We appreciate your patience and understanding! pic.twitter.com/nijeUvPCQx

— Pokémon UNITE (@PokemonUnite) December 7, 2021

Afterwards, however, players can expect to look forward to a new quick-battle map, new challenges starting December 15, and special log-in gifts starting on December 24 until the New Year. Get out there, don your most festive hat and win some games!

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