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Pro Settings Guide in Pokemon Unite (Pokemon MOBA) explains the recommended settings pros used in battles. Includes recommended pro settings, pro player settings, & more.

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Pro Player Examples

Pro Settings Guide

Learn The Settings Of The Pros

Learn The Settings Of The Pros

This is the list of the settings of some Pro players in Pokemon Unite based on their streams. Note that this is used as a guide to help players decide what control settings they may use to play the game easier and comfortably. You can also check out the best control settings to use below.

Best Settings - Controls & Graphics Guide

Pro Player Examples

Indiebear's Settings

Indiebear
Twitch Channel Indiebear's Twitch Channel
Youtube Indiebear's Youtube Channel
Twitter Indiebear's Twitter
SettingsIndiebear's Settings Video

Indiebear is one of the pro players in Pokemon Unite. He is also known for participating in tournaments and is good at playing a supporter role. You can check his in-game setting here!

Basic Control Settings

OptionSetting
Opponent Lock-On PriorityLowest Remaining HP (Value)
Attack ControlsAdvanced
Automatic Basic AttacksOff
Boosted Attack GaugeOn
Lock-On IconOff
In-Motion Pursuit DistanceStandard
In-Motion Pursuit ModeOff
Scoring ControlsHold Button Down
Camera Follows MovesOff
Move Aim Follows Movement DirectionOn
Move Aim Snaps To Nearby TargetsOff
Mini Map PositionTop-Left of Screen (Default)
Move Learning ControlsSingle Button

Camera Sensitivity

OptionSetting
Minimap HiddenMid to High (8 out of 10)
Minimap ShownMid to High (8 out of 10)

Aim Assist Settings

OptionSetting
Aim AssistOff
Streamer Showcase: Indiebear

aDrive's Settings

aDrive
Twitch Channel aDrive's Twitch Channel
Youtube aDrive's Youtube Channel
Twitter aDrive's Twitter
SettingsaDrive Settings Video

aDrive is one of the pro players in Pokemon Unite that also conducts some tournaments and provides tips and tricks on how to use each Pokemon. He also provides a settings guide to use for both mobile & Switch devices. You should check out below for some of the Settings he used.

Basic Control Settings

OptionSetting
Opponent Lock-On PriorityLowest Remaining HP (Value)
Attack ControlsAdvanced
Automatic Basic AttacksOff
Boosted Attack GaugeOn
Lock-On IconOn
In-Motion Pursuit DistanceStandard
In-Motion Pursuit ModeOff
Scoring ControlsPress Button Down
Move Canceling Controls
(Mobile Only)
Slide away
Move Panel Sensitivity
(Mobile Only)
Slide away
Camera Follows MovesOff
Move Aim Follows Movement DirectionOn
Move Aim Snaps To Nearby TargetsOff
Mini Map PositionTop-Left of Screen (Default)
Move Learning ControlsSingle Button

Camera Sensitivity

OptionSetting
Minimap HiddenHigh (10 out of 10)
Minimap ShownHigh (10 out of 10)

Aim Assist Settings

OptionSetting
Aim AssistOff

Button Settings

Button Settings
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aDrive also made some changes with his button configurations as he switched Move 2 and Unite Move's location. He also said that it is more comfortable using the 2 moves in the upper part instead of using your finger in moving back and forth when using a move. This setting came from PeekMP, which is our next featured streamer for this guide.

Streamer Showcase: aDrive

PeekMP's Settings

Streamer Who Likes To Play PvP Ganes
Twitch Channel PeekMP's Twitch Channel
Youtube PeekMP's Youtube Channel
Twitter PeekMP's Twitter
SettingsPeekMP Settings Video

PeekMP is a top-ranked player who uses Greninja as his main Pokemon. He also provides some tips on what to do and what to avoid on his Youtube channel. One of his tips is the settings he used while explaining why are those settings he prefers. You can also check out below for the settings he used in-game.

Basic Control Settings

OptionSetting
Opponent Lock-On PriorityLowest Remaining HP (Percentage)
Attack ControlsAdvanced
Automatic Basic AttacksOff
Boosted Attack GaugeOn
Lock-On IconOn
In-Motion Pursuit DistanceStandard
In-Motion Pursuit ModeOff
Scoring ControlsPress Button Down
Camera Follows MovesOn
Move Aim Follows Movement DirectionOn
Move Aim Snaps To Nearby TargetsOff
Mini Map PositionTop-Left of Screen (Default)
Move Learning ControlsSingle Button

Camera Sensitivity

OptionSetting
Minimap HiddenHigh (10 out of 10)
Minimap ShownHigh (10 out of 10)

Aim Assist Settings

OptionSetting
Aim AssistOff

Button Settings

Button Settings PeekMP
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PeekMP changed his Move mapping to switch Move 2 and Unite Move's location. This setting is used so that Peek can access the moves a lot faster than the default settings. He also mentioned that he used (ZR) and (ZL) as it is more accessible to use than (L) and (R) buttons. He also moved the Unite Move to (R) button to move the camera using the (L) button while aiming.

Streamer Showcase: PeekMP

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