PokemonGo adds PokemonHome connection for some players.
You can transfer Pokemon to cloud-based storage services. As promised earlier this year, Pokemon Go began to roll out the function of connecting to the Pokemon Home storage service on Wednesday. This means that you can transfer the shiny Pokemon you have captured in the real world in the sword and shield of the Nintendo Switch.
To start the transfer, you need to link Pokemon Go to your Nintendo account in the settings menu. Transferring any Pokemon will allow you to get Level 100 Melmetal, which can use Gigantamax in Home, and allows you to open the mystery box to capture Meltan in Go.
However, this is a one-way transfer, so please choose carefully. According to Serebii.net, this option is currently only available for Pokemon Go players who reach level 40 (the highest level) and require energy to charge slowly over time. The energy consumed depends on the rarity of the Pokemon-for example, a shiny legend requires a maximum of 9,000, such as 10,000.
You can also use 1,000 in-game PokeCoins to charge them instantly. According to reports, this mobile game ushered in its best year ever, generating $1 billion in revenue through in-app purchases such as PokeCoins.