Pokémon Masters sync pairs to chapter 18 via datamining

Dataminers have seemingly uncovered some of the free sync pairs players will have the chance to recruit in Pokémon Masters. Pokémon Masters is an upcoming mobile game that will allow players to participate in three-on-three Pokémon battles.

In the game, sync pairs assist the player in battle by attacking, supporting, or inflicting status conditions. A sync pair consists of one famous trainer from a Pokémon game and their accompanying partner Pokémon. Each trainer begins the game with only one sync pair: the player character and a partner Pikachu.

Previously, 16 sync pairs had been revealed that players could freely unlock over the course of the game’s story mode. However, this new datamine has apparently revealed five more free-to-unlock pairs. They are Viola & Surskit, Nanu & Alolan Persian, Koga & Crobat, Acerola & Palossand, and Cheren & Stoutland.

Currently, we have a list of all of the free sync pairs in the game through chapter 18. The five newly datamined pairs join 16 previously announced Pokémon Masters sync pairs. Those sync pairs already revealed are as follows:

  1. Brock & Onix
  2. Misty & Starmie
  3. Rosa & Snivy
  4. Barry & Piplup
  5. Flannery & Torkoal
  6. Erika & Vileplume
  7. Skyla & Swanna
  8. Korrina & Lucario
  9. Norman & Slakoth
  10. Pryce & Seel
  11. Iris & Haxorus
  12. Hapu & Mudsdale
  13. Brock (Sygna Gear) & Tyranitar
  14. Hau & Alolan Raichu
  15. Flint & Infernape
  16. Clair & Kingdra

Pokémon Masters sync pairs

Only a handful of Pokémon Masters sync pairs are obtainable for free in the game’s story mode. All other playable characters are available through the Sync Pair Scout System. Here are all of the other confirmed Pokémon Masters sync pairs:

  1. Agatha & Gengar
  2. Blaine & Ponyta
  3. Brawly & Makuhita
  4. Brendan & Treecko
  5. Bruno & Machamp
  6. Brycen & Cryogonal
  7. Bugsy & Beedrill
  8. Candice & Abomasnow
  9. Cheryl & Blissey
  10. Clay & Palpitoad
  11. Crasher Wake & Floatzel
  12. Drake & Salamence
  13. Gardenia & Roserade
  14. Grant & Amaura
  15. Janine & Ariados
  16. Kahili & Toucannon
  17. Karen & Houndoom
  18. Kris & Totodile
  19. Liza & Lunatone
  20. Lorelei & Lapras
  21. Lt. Surge & Voltorb
  22. Marley & Arcanine
  23. Marlon & Carracosta
  24. Marshal & Conkeldurr
  25. Maylene & Meditite
  26. Mina & Granbull
  27. Noland & Pinsir
  28. Olivia & Lycanroc
  29. Phoebe & Dusclops
  30. Ramos & Weepinbell
  31. Roark & Cranidos
  32. Roxanne & Nosepass
  33. Roxie & Whirlipede
  34. Shauntal & Chandelure
  35. Siebold & Clawitzer
  36. Sophocles & Togedemaru
  37. Tate & Solrock
  38. Thorton & Bronzong
  39. Whitney & Miltank
  40. Wikstrom & Aegislash
  41. Will & Xatu
  42. Winona & Pelipper
  43. Wulfric & Avalugg

Pokémon Masters is slated to launch this summer. A preliminary version of the game is already available in Singapore. In addition, this preview version of the game is scheduled for release at some point in Canada. (There are disputed reports it’s already been released.)

The official release date for Pokémon Masters has been pegged by some outlets as Aug. 29 and others as Aug. 31, and neither date seems well-supported. But whenever the game does release, players will have the chance to recruit their favorite characters from the Pokémon series.

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Dylan Tate
Dylan Tate is a student in the School of Media and Journalism at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is a gaming journalist with a love for Nintendo esports, including Smash Bros., Splatoon, ARMS, and Pokémon. Dylan also writes competitive guides for Dignitas and esports news articles for Daily Esports.

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