How to unlock Crustle in Pokémon Unite

Rock the competition.

Pokémon Unite deviates from the traditional formula that the Pokémon franchise is known for. This Multiplayer Online Battle Arena, or MOBA, pits two teams of five against each other on a mission to score the most goals before time runs out. One of the standout competitors, Crustle, is locked initially. What does it take to unlock this character without spending a dime?

To unlock Crustle for free, players will have to complete the Beginner's Challenge. This is a seven-day challenge where players must finish several tasks each day. Upon completing the seventh day, players are granted Crustle’s Unite License.

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Completing each challenge also grants players a prize, and finishing a day’s set grants players a piece of cosmetic gear for their trainer for every day before the Crustle unlock. Each day’s challenges and rewards are listed below:

  • Day One - Completion Reward: Crustle Set: Headwear
    • Challenge 1: Complete the tutorial (Basics 1 and 2) - Muscle Band
    • Challenge 2: Complete the Advanced 1 tutorial - 400 Aeos coins
    • Challenge 3: Obtain 3 Unite licenses - 500 Aeos coins
    • Challenge 4: Participate in a standard battle four times - 800 Aeos coins
  • Day Two - Completion Reward: Crustle Set: Innerwear
    • Challenge 1: Complete the Advanced 2 tutorial - Wise Glasses
    • Challenge 2: Score a total of 50 points - 400 Aeos coins
    • Challenge 3: Deal damage to Rotom and defeat it once, with you or one of your teammates dealing the final blow - 500 Aeos coins
    • Challenge 4: Deal damage to Zapdos and defeat it once, with you or one of your teammates dealing the final blow - 800 Aeos coins
  • Day Three - Completion Reward: Crustle Set: Bottoms
    • Challenge 1: Reach Trainer level 9 - Scope Lens
    • Challenge 2: Participate in 1 ranked match - 400 Aeos coins
    • Challenge 3: Score three goals in a single battle - 500 Aeos coins
    • Challenge 4: Knock out a total of 10 opposing Pokémon - 800 Aeos coins
  • Day Four - Completion Reward: Crustle Set: Back Item
    • Challenge 1: Participate in 1 battle with a held item - Exp. Share
    • Challenge 2: Participate in 1 battle with any battle item (except Potion) - 20 Item Enhancers
    • Challenge 3: Score 50 or more points in a single battle - 30 Item Enhancers
    • Challenge 4: Make a total of 10 assists - 40 Item Enhancers
  • Day Five - Completion Reward: Crustle Set: Accessory
    • Challenge 1: Win 1 ranked match - Shell Bell
    • Challenge 2: Score a total of 150 points in ranked - 20 Item Enhancers
    • Challenge 3: Obtain one fashion item - 30 Item Enhancers
    • Challenge 4: Score a single goal worth 30 or more points in a battle - 40 Item Enhancers
  • Day Six - Completion Reward: Crustle Set: Shoes
    • Challenge 1: Reach Trainer level 13 - Assault Vest
    • Challenge 2: Participate in 1 battle as: Attacker - 20 Item Enhancers
    • Challenge 3: Participate in 3 ranked matches - 30 Item Enhancers
    • Challenge 4: Deal damage to Dreanaw and defeat it once, with you or one of your teammates dealing the final blow - 40 Item Enhancers
  • Day Seven - Completion Reward : Crustle Unite License
    • Challenge 1: Block one goal - 30 Item Enhancers
    • Challenge 2: Reach Great rank - 30 Item Enhancers
    • Challenge 3: Complete all challenges up through Day 6 - 50 Item Enhancers
    • Challenge 4: Become the MVP one time - 50 Item Enhancers

Players will have until August 20, 2021, to complete the Beginner’s Challenge. The challenges don’t have to be done in seven successive days, either. So long as seven days are slated out by the event’s end, players will be able to net the Crustle Unite License.

For more on Pokémon Unite , check out Best Pokémon of Each Type in Pokémon Unite or How to play as Zeraora in Pokémon Unite on Pro Game Guides.

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  1. You interrupt someone during a dunk attempt.

  2. How do you do the “block 1 goal” thing?

    1. Exactly what Let’sAllGoTopLane said! We just posted a more in-depth guide on blocking goals as well! Feel free to check it out here: https://progameguides.com/pokemon/how-to-block-a-goal-in-pokemon-unite/