Originally revealed a while ago, Pokemon Home (Free) finally released worldwide on iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch. The cloud based service is a modern take on Pokemon Bank that aims to offer more functionality. Today, a major update has gone live on iOS and Android for Pokemon Home bringing in support for the Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield Expansion Passes’ first wave of content (compatibility) in addition to an update to GTS. This update isn’t live on Nintendo Switch as of this writing but it will likely be available within a few hours. Watch the trailer for the Expansion Pass content in Pokemon Sword and Shield that goes live later today:
For GTS, today’s 1.2.0 update makes it so that impossible search conditions cannot be set under ‘Pokemon Wanted’. The update also improves the Pokemon Box labeling function. You can download Pokemon Home for free on the App Store for iOS, Google Play for Android, and the eShop for Nintendo Switch. It has a Premium Plan as well as detailed here priced at $2.99 for one month, $4.99 for three months, and $15.99 for a year on iOS. Did you play and enjoy Pokemon Sword & Shield on Nintendo Switch?