Pokemon Home is an upcoming cloud-based Pokemon Storage app that was revealed by Game Freak at Pokemon’s 2019 press conference. The software will allow the trainers to trade the Pokemon caught from their Switch, 3DS, or mobile device and trade with other trainers locally and online around the world.
Pokemon Sword and Shield is already out, and there are plenty of new Pokemon to catch. When the next Pokemon game drops, there are going to be a ton of new Pokemon, and you’d want to save the Pokemon from the previous Pokemon game. Pokemon is an evolution of the current storage system, Pokemon Bank, that allows the players to store Pokemon from the 3DS games, the mobile Pokemon Go, and the new Switch games.
Pokemon Home will allow the players to store their Pokemon and trade and interact with other players with the help of both local and online connections. It was also revealed that Pokemon from different games could be transferred into Pokemon Sword and Shield from Pokemon Home; however, the selection of transferable Pokemon is limited to those included in Sword and Shield’s Pokedex.
Pokemon Home is expected to come out in early 2020. There will surely be an announcement before Pokemon Home is finally released. Pokemon Home can be downloaded on any device: Switch, 3DS, or even mobile device, from the Nintendo eShop. Pokemon Bank costs $5 / £4.49 / €4.99; we can expect Pokemon Home to cost around the same price.