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As you can see from the video above, though, the Theia Sky Ruins’ introduction to Pokémon Unite doesn’t have a definitive release date. For now, there’s just the vague “coming soon” announcement. It’ll be the seventh map in the game whenever it does get added, making for an even greater stage selection variety.

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While Pokémon Unite just saw Tyranitar get added to the game and will soon see the Theia Sky Ruins as a new core map, fans of the popular MOBA are still datamining to find out what else TiMi Studio Group has in the works. According to Dexerto, hackers have discovered that Gen I’s Scizor and Gen II’s Scyther are slated to join Pokémon Unite in the future. I guess we won’t have to wait long to find out, as TiMi Studio Group and The Pokémon Company are celebrating the game’s 1-year anniversary by adding even more monsters starting next month.

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