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Pokemon HOME Version 1.1 now available on mobile

Pokemon HOME Version 1.1 now available on mobile

Pokemon HOME has been up to date at the moment on each iOS and Android which brings the software program to Version 1.1. This specific replace brings with it plenty of fixes and it additionally introduces Battle Data permitting customers to view knowledge from their earlier competitions and ranked battles. Here’s the complete listing of adjustments:

  • Addition of Battle Data the place gamers can view their knowledge for earlier competitions and ranked battles, together with what Pokemon had been used, their strikes & skills, and extra.
    • This is just like a function Global Link had for Gen 6 and seven
  • For a restricted time, gamers will have the ability to commerce with their pals from a higher distance away. It isn’t identified when this function will finish.
  • The time Wonder Box completes its buying and selling has been diminished to 1 hour.
  • Players can now do Room Trades as much as 10 occasions a day, wait occasions have additionally been shortened for this function.
  • Various Bugfixes


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