For Pokemon HOME version2.0.0, a new official transfer compatibility chart has been revealed

For Pokemon HOME version2.0.0, a new official transfer compatibility chart has been revealed

A new version of Pokemon HOME has been revealed. Read on below to learn more.

BELLEVUE, WAMay 12, 2022The Pokemon Company International and Nintendo have announced the new Pokemon HOME version 2.0.0, which will now allow thePokemon Legends: Arceus,Pokemon Brilliant Diamond, andPokemon Shining Pearlvideo games to be mutually compatible with the cloud service app alongside previous gamesPokemon Sword,Pokemon Shield, Pokemon: Lets Go, Pikachu!, and Pokemon GO.[1]Players can expect the update in the

Pokemon HOME allows trainers to continue their Pokemon adventures beyond a single game system and manage their collection of Pokemon across many of their games. The Pokemon that players can take to each game are limited to the Pokemon that appear in those games. Players can see the details on which Pokemon can be taken to which games from the Help menu of the mobile device version ofPokemon HOME.[2]

Strange Balls Pokemon Legends: Arceus takes place in the distant past of Pokemon, where Poke Balls from the other games are still alive. When Pokemon caught inPokemon Brilliant Diamond,Pokemon Brilliant Diamond, andPokemon Shining Pearl were transferred toPokemon Shieldare, they will appear in regular Poke Balls.[3]

In Pokemon HOME, players will be able to see the Pokemon Pokemon that were originally caught in.

When comparing games to thePokemon Brilliant Diamond,Pokemon Shining Pearl, andPokemon Legends, select special Pokemon.[4]

Pokemon Legends: ArceusConnectivity After depositing a Pokemon fromPokemon Legends: Arceusinto the Nintendo Switch version of Pokemon HOME, players will receive Rowlet, Cyndaquil, and Oshawott with maximum effort levels as Mystery Gifts in the mobile device version of Pokemon HOME.

Pokemon Brilliant DiamondandPokemon Shining PearlConnectivity After depositing a Pokemon fromPokemon Brilliant DiamondorPokemon Shining Pearlinto the Nintendo Switch version of Pokemon HOME, players will receive Turtwig, Chimchar, and Piplup as Mystery Gifts in the mobile device version of Pokemon HOME.

Connectivity Between Various Games Pokemon can learn inPokemon Legends: Arceus,Pokemon Brilliant Diamond,Pokemon Shining Pearl, andPokemon Shielddiffer, respectively. When a Pokemon is taken to another game for the first time, the moves it can use will be determined by its level.[5]

If a Pokemon is brought back from the game it was caught into another game and learns other moves, and then returned to the game it was caught in, it will return to having the moves it originally knew.[6]

Players who have been linked toPokemon Brilliant DiamondandPokemon Shining Pearl can see the condition of Pokemon deposited fromPokemon Brilliant DiamondandPokemon Shining Pearlto Pokemon HOME as well as their other information.

When connectingPokemon Brilliant DiamondandPokemon Shining Pearlto Pokemon HOME, please be cautious of the following rules.

  • Special Pokemon that can only be caught once during regular gameplay can only be deposited once per save data to Pokemon HOME.

Linking toPokemon Legends: Arceus You may see the effort levels of Pokemon fromPokemon Legends: Arceusto Pokemon HOME as well as its other information.

  • The objective ofPokemon Legends: Arceusis to help compile the first Pokedex in the Hisui region. As such, the National Pokedex in Pokemon HOME will update its Pokedex entries based on your completion of the Pokedex in yourPokemon Legends: Arceussave data.
  • If a Pokedex entry inPokemon Legends: Arceusis incomplete, you will not be able to see that Pokemons entry in Pokemon HOME.

Additional Achievements and Stickers Players may obtain stickers bycompleting achievements in the mobile device version of Pokemon HOME. New achievements and stickers based onPokemon Legends: Arceus,Pokemon Brilliant Diamond, andPokemon Shining Pearlwill be added from version 2.0.0 onwards.

For more information on 2.0.0 version of Pokemon HOME, please clickhere.

[1] The Nintendo Switch version may allow you to link Pokemon HOME to various games.

[2]Example:The Hisuian Growlithe is not allowed toPokemon Brilliant Diamond, Pokemon ShiningPearl,Pokemon Sword, orPokemon Shield, but players will be able to take a Pikachu that theyve caught inPokemon SwordorPokemon Shining Pearl.

[3] When Pokemon are deposited or withdrawn between Pokemon Brilliant DiamondorPokemon Shining PearlandPokemon SwordorPokemon Shield, the caught Pokemon will appear in the original Poke Balls that they were caught in and not in Strange Balls.

[4]Mystery Gifts in Pokemon HOME are only available on the mobile device version. The ability to linkPokemon Legends: Arceus, Pokemon Brilliant Diamond, andPokemon Shining Pearlto Pokemon HOME is only available on the Nintendo Switch version. To prepare, check that the Nintendo Switch version and the mobile device version of Pokemon HOME are linked. (For more details, please check here.)

Pikachu!orPokemon: Lets Go, Eevee!and transferred toPokemon Legends: Arceus,Pokemon Brilliant Diamond,Pokemon Shining Pearl, orPokemon Shieldwill keep the moves it had inPokemon: Lets Go, Pikachu!orPokemon: Lets Go, Eevee! The changes toPokemon: Lets Go, Pikachu!

Connect toPokemon Legends: Arceus,Pokemon Brilliant Diamond, andPokemon Shining Pearlto receive special Pokemon as mystery gifts.

A fresh upgrade toPokemon HOME(version 2.0.0) will soon arrive, adding the ability to link toPokemon Legends: Arceus,Pokemon Brilliant Diamond, andPokemon Shining Pearl, as well as previousPokemon Sword,Pokemon Shield, andPokemon: Lets Go, Eevee!

Pokemon Legends: Arceus,Pokemon Brilliant Diamond, andPokemon Shining Pearl will be mutually compatible with Pokemon HOME, and you will be able to deposit and withdraw Pokemon from each of these games. For example, you may take a Pikachu that you discovered inPokemon Sword orPokemon Shining Pearl.

Please note that transferring Pokemon to a game they weren''t originally caught in may make changes to known moves, levels, and the type of Poke Ball they were caught in.

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The only Pokedex in Pokemon HOME was the National Pokedex. However, starting from version 2.0.0, the Pokedex from the game will be added in their respective games Pokedex after the ver. 2.0.0 update is installed. Pokemon that aren''t in a Box will be registered after the ver. 2.0.0 update is implemented.

By completeing achievements in the mobile version of Pokemon HOME, you may obtain new stickers to modify your profile. These milestones are usually completed following certain conditions.

If Pokemon caught inPokemon Brilliant Diamond,Pokemon Shining Pearl, orPokemon Shieldare are transferred toPokemon Legends, they will appear in standard Poke Balls.

The condition of Pokemon deposited by Pokemon Brilliant DiamondandPokemon Shining Pearlto Pokemon HOME may be found here.

The effort levels of Pokemon deposited fromPokemon Legends: Arceusto Pokemon HOME have been found.

Arceusis will help compile the Hisui regions first Pokedex. As such, the National Pokedex in Pokemon HOME will update its Pokedex entries based on your completion of the Pokedex in yourPokemon Legends: Arceussave results.

If a Pokedex entry in Pokemon HOME is incomplete, you will not be able to see that Pokedex entry in the game.

If you link each game to Pokemon HOME, you will receive a special Pokemon to commemoratePokemon Legends: Arceus, Pokemon Brilliant Diamond, andPokemon Shining Pearlbecoming compatible with Pokemon HOME.

In the mobile version of Pokemon HOME, you will receive Turtwig, Chimchar, and Piplup as hidden abilities.

In Pokemon HOME''s mobile PC version, you will receive Rowlet, Cyndaquil, and Oshawott with the highest effort levels.

The official Pokemon HOME site is for more information.

Trainers! The #PokemonHOME update you''ve been waiting for is now available!

Pokemon HOME will soon be able to connect with #PokemonBrilliantDiamond, #PokemonShiningPearl, and #PokemonLegendsArceus.

Get all of the information: https://t.co/fCuvDKwbYu pic.twitter.com/kKtcWq0cQv

Pokemon (@Pokemon) will be released on May 12, 2022.

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