Published: Sat, February 15, 2020
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Pokémon Home is Now Available on Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android

Pokémon Home is Now Available on Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android

With Pokemon Home, you can manage your collection of Pokemon across multiple games. Think of it as the Destiny Item Manager, but for the Pokemon series.

As stated before, Pokemon is free to download but it is offering a premium plan that will give users additional benefits and features.

Another Home bonus: you can now transfer 35 new Pokemon into Sword and Shield from your Bank (or wherever else you get your creatures outside of Pokemon Go, which will get support "later this year"). The app combines all the data in one system as an auxiliary app to Pokemon games. Those ranks get you into Mystery Dungeons, where you'll encounter Pokemon like the Zapdos seen in the trailer and fight them in turn-based battles. Now just log into your Nintendo account, create a profile, and away you go!

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There are plans to support Pokemon GO in the future as well. By linking the same Nintendo Account to both the Nintendo Switch version and mobile version of Pokemon Home, you'll be able to access the same Pokemon Boxes on both versions.

While the basic version only offers user the chance to deposit 30 Pokemon, but the Premium version offers up to 6,000 Pokemon. According to the official announcement, Pokemon fans who downloaded used the game for the application will receive free Pokemon.

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