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Andrew Barker
Pokémon Bank Costs Announced
Soon we will be able to transfer old Pokémon! Soon!
11.18.13 - 8:15 PM

For those of you who have been following Pokémon news closely, you may remember Nintendo announcing the new paid service, Pokémon Bank. The bank service allows you to store up to 3,000 Pokémon on an online cloud where you can move them in and out of your game X & Y games at will. It will also allow you to transfer existing Pokémon from Black, White, Black 2 and White 2 as well.

It was initially announced that this service would have an annual fee of 500Ľ and $5 USD. The prices have now been confirmed for the following zones: Ł4.99 in the UK, €4.49 in Europe, $6.50 in Australia and $8.50 in New Zealand. The service will be available in Japan and Korea starting December 25th, while the rest of the world will get it on the 27th.


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