Home Pokémon gives you the opportunity to keep all your Pokémon in one place in digital format. You can transfer them from Pokemon Bank, Pokémon Go, Allons Evoli or Allons Pikachu, and Pokémon_ and Bouclier. When you download the mobile application, you can also exchange them with strangers or friends, create labels, participate in the wonder box, earn mysteries and ask the application to judge your Pokémon if you have the Premium subscription. For those who use the Nintendo Switch version of How Pokémon, you can earn points to give you battle points to use in Pokémon_ and Bouclier.
To access Home Pokémon The points you need to open your Nintendo Switch and download the application. This should not take you too much time and it only takes 707 MB of space. When you downloaded it, you must follow the tutorial process for the first time, which takes about as long as the download.
When this ends your free to start exploring accueil pokemon. The first thing you can do is transfer Pokémon to your new system, and when you do, you can start looking for the challenges and search tasks. You can check which are the search tasks in the purchase of Pokémon_ by viewing them in the PokeDex option on the main menu, to the right of the national Pokédex. You should see a list of search tasks available in games connected to Pokémon Home.
When you complete the search tasks you receive Home Pokémom points to cross these tests and collected the required Pokémon. All challenges are not immediately available, so you can expect more outputs, and even more to come later. When you receive enough Home Pokémon Points, return to the main menu and get off the bottom option to use your purchase of Pokémon_ Points. You can select the Pokémon game to which you want to assign points and assign battering points to your profile based on the progress you have made in the purchase of Pokémon_.
Home Pokémon points take time to acquire because of the way the Pokémon Company sets up the challenges of the types of Pokémon you need to collect. You can expect to see more Home Pokémom develops.