The cloud and storage service Pokémon HOME has today been updated to version 1.2.0 on Nintendo Switch and version 1.3.0 on mobile devices.
Most notably, this update adds compatibility with part two of Pokémon Sword and Shield‘s Expansion Pass, addresses some other issues and much more. Below are the full patch notes:
– Added compatibility with The Crown Tundra, part two of the Pokémon Sword Expansion Pass and Pokémon Shield Expansion Pass.
– Added a save feature for search and sorting settings in Pokémon Boxes.
– Added the category “Popular Pokémon (excluding special Pokémon)” to trade ranking.
– Other issues have also been addressed in order to ensure a user-friendly experience.
To unlock the full capabilities of this service, you’ll need to subscribe. There’s a 30-day sub ($2.99), a 90-day sub ($4.99), or an annual sub for $15.99 – allowing you to deposit 6,000 pocket monsters. The free download allows players to deposit 30 Pokémon.
To find out more about HOME, check out our guide. You can also read more about The Crown Tundra update in our latest news post. Have you downloaded this update for Pokémon HOME yet? Noticed anything else? Tell us down below.