Earlier this year, The Pokémon Company launched its Pokémon HOME cloud-based service. The service allows you to manage all your Pokémons from the different games in one single place. The service also allows users to trade their Pokémon with players all around the world. Well, the company has now announced the Pokémon Go support to its Home cloud service. In fact, the same will be happening by the end of the year 2020.
The Pokémon Go connectivity means that you will soon be able to trade monsters from the Pokémon HOME app. The new connectivity was announced by the company at its today’s presentation. Furthermore, those who will transfer their monster from Pokémon Go to Pokémon HOME will receive a mystery gift. This mystery gift is for a special Melmetal which can Gigantamax. It is worth noting that no such Melmetal exists before.
Sadly, there is no concrete release date for Pokémon Go’s connectivity with the central app. With that said, we are expecting more information to surface on the web in the coming weeks. Whenever that will happen, we will make sure to keep our readers updated. You can also find more information on the newly introduced Gigantamax Melmetal down in the announcement tweet below.
Introducing Gigantamax Melmetal!
— Pokémon (@Pokemon) September 29, 2020
To recall, Pokémon HOME comes with various features apart from trading and managing your Pokémon. Users can complete the National Pokédex and earn mystery gifts by using your smart devices.