Pokémon HOME was published by The Pokemon Company after they disbanded 3DS for releasing Pokémon games. Pokémon Home is a free-to-access cloud-based service that allows users to store, trade, and transfer Pokémon across the mainline game series along with Pokémon Go. The app has been developed by ILCA and was updated to version 2.0 on May 18, 2022. In this guide, we will discuss how to carry more Pokémon using your Pokémon Home.
How to carry more Pokémon using Pokémon HOME
A regular Pokémon HOME account allows users to store up to 30 Pokémon and only has one Basic Box. It also limits a player to store only three Pokémon in the Wonder Box, which is used to trade Pokémon worldwide. Players trying to transfer Pokémon to or from Pokémon HOME in games like Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl will be able to see and access the app.
The Premium Plan allows players to deposit up to 6,000 Pokémon. There are three different payment options for this Premium Plan:
- 1 month ($2.99)
- 3 months ($4.99)
- 12 months ($15.99)
No permanent purchase option for Pokémon HOME is available currently. Like other subscription services, players will lose access to HOME’s additional features once their subscription runs out.
Difference between Pokémon HOME Premium Plan and Basic Plan
|Can move Pokémon from Pokémon Bank||Cannot move Pokémon from Pokémon Bank|
|1 Storage Box (30 Pokémon)||200 Storage Boxes (6,000 Pokémon)|
|GTS allows 3 Pokémon||GTS allows 1 Pokémon|
|Wonder Box allows 10 Pokémon||Wonder Box allows 3 Pokémon|
|Can Host a Room Trade||Can only Participate in a Room Trade|
|Can use the Judge Function||Cannot use the Judge Function|
Players will have to link a Nintendo Account to Pokémon HOME to use it. If a user decides to get the premium plan, it can be subscribed by opening Pokémon HOME and clicking on the Nintendo eShop.
Pokémon HOME is currently available for download on Nintendo Switch and mobile devices.
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