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Super Jump (Launch Pad) Guide - How To Use & Spawn
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Super Jump is a map travel feature in Pokemon Unite (Pokemon MOBA). This guide include Launch Pad / Super Jump location & time, recommended use, and how to use!

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Beginner Guide - How To Play & Tips

What Is Super Jump? - Spawn Location & Time

Launch Pad That Lets Pokemon Travel Distances

Launch Pad That Lets Pokemon Travel Distances

The Super Jump is a device that acts as a launch pad for Pokemon. When used, it will fling the Pokemon forward a certain distance, greatly reducing travel time.

Spawns 5 Minutes Into The Match

The Super Jump launch pad spawns in front of each team's base at the 5 minute mark of a match - this is the same during every match.

Choose From Multiple Super Jump Destinations

When players use the Super Jump pad, they will be able to choose which destination they would land on. In Remoat Stadium, there are 6 points you can go to including the 2 goals on the top & bottom lane.

Can Still Jump On Broken Goals

Can Still Jump On Broken Goals

Players will still be able to land on the top and bottom lane goals even if they are broken. Just be careful jumping there as enemies might be lying in wait for newly respawned enemies.

Super Jump Controls

Down ButtonActivate the Jump Pad
Left JoystickSelect from the locations
ZRConfirm location and start jump

These controls are based on the Switch version of the game. The mobile controls of the game will be added with the official release of the game in September.

Difference From Regular Jumping

Regular Jump Pad

There are regular jumps at the four corners of the central area. When you get on these jump launch pads, you will be launched in the direction they are pointing (toward the center of the map). The Super Jump launch pads do not have a waiting time and you can choose your destination.

Regular Jump Pad Locations

Upper RightUpper Left
Upper Left Jump Pad
Upper Right Jump Pad
Lower RightLower Left
Lower Left Jump Pad
Lower Right Jump Pad

You can find the Regular Jump Pads around the central area of the map. They have fixed landing locations and are mostly used to go over walls to be able to get closer to the middle of the map faster.

Super Jump - Recommended Uses

Use To Return To The Field

Super Jump is a great way to shorten your travel time back to the field after being KO'd. It's a must to use them once they're available as you can easily head back and support your team.

Use To Join Team Battles

Since it significantly shortens travel time, you can easily get to your teammates just when they need help defending or attacking a goal. This will also allow you to change lanes to get to your teammates.

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