Pokemon Home Pricing And Premium Details Revealed
A couple weeks ago, Pokemon Home was announced alongside the first major DLC to head to Pokemon Sword and Shield. The former is a brand new cloud service that gives avid Pokemon Trainers the ability to trade, move, and access a variety of game features like the National Pokedex on personal mobile devices and the Nintendo Switch. Some of those features, however, come at a cost.
No need to fret! There is a basic (free) version for Pokemon Trainers out there not looking to spend hard-earned cash. For those that don’t mind spending discretionary wads of money, there’s a premium version as well. As seen above, a few extra dollars a month allows passionate fans to store, move, and interact with their pocket monsters with ease. The premium plan can be purchased in 1, 3, or 12 month portions for $3, $5, and $15 respectively (USD).
Subscribers are granted access to additional features like hosting room trades and check the strength of a Pokemon. So, if you’re already on the journey to catch them all, it’s a safe bet to get a premium subscription. There are differences between the Nintendo Switch and mobile versions to keep in mind as well (see below):
Pokemon Home is set to arrive next month and will be compatible for Sword and Shield, Let’s Go! Pikachu and Eevee, and Pokemon Go as well. Now that’s pretty sweet.
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