Pokemon Masters Sygna Suits: How to Unlock Sygna Suits

Pokemon Masters Sygna Suits: How to Unlock Sygna Suits

Sygna Suits are suped up versions of Sync Pairs in Pokemon Masters. Here’s what you need to know.

In Pokemon Masters, you'll slowly recruit a collection of Sync Pairs: teams of trainers and their Pokemon that can be used in battle. There are 65 in total, along with Sygna suit versions of certain characters. Sygna suits are powerful alternate versions of Sync Pairs, featuring a different Pokemon than in the standard version. To help get you up to speed, we’ve put together this Pokemon Masters Sygna Suits Guide. We’ll explain Sygna Suits in Pokemon Masters, how to unlock them, and list all of the Sygna Suit pairs we know about so far.

How to Unlock Sygna Suits in Pokemon Masters

Sygna Suits are special variants of certain Sync Pairs. If you’re looking to get ahold of one, you’ll get the chance just by playing the story. There’s a chapter called ‘Interlude 1’ which is unlocked after beating Chapter 10 of the main story in Pokemon Masters. In it, you’ll need to win a battle to unlock Sygna Suit Brock. Other than that, we haven’t seen any other methods for unlocking Sygna Suits in Pokemon Masters, though will be sure to add more info as we get it.

Pokemon Masters Sygna Suits List

Sygna Suits are set to play a big part in Pokemon Masters, especially in late game. As we unlock more of them, we’ll be adding them to the list below. Let us know in the comments below if you’ve found any Pokemon Masters Sygna Suits!

  • Sygna Suit Brock/Tyranitar

What’s the Difference Between Normal and Sygna Suit Versions?

Right off the bat, you’ll notice that Sygna Suit versions have the trainer in a different outfit. More importantly, they have a different Pokemon in their Sync Pair, which means new moves and battle potential. Generally, Sygna Suits are said to be more powerful versions of Sync Pairs, and that’s certainly the case for Sygna Suit Brock. You can see the altered design for Sygna Suit Brock below:

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