Earlier in November, The Pokémon Company finally made Pokémon HOME compatible with Niantic's augmented-reality smartphone game Pokémon GO. It allows trainers to transfer pocket monsters from GO to the Pokémon games on the Switch.
While there have been no major issues, there have been a few minor problems here and there. One that hasn't been resolved yet is a bug where Alolan and Galarian Form Pokémon still have moves of their original form. Here's the full rundown, courtesy of Serebii.net:
"The Pokémon Company have put out their plans to fix Pokémon that were affected by a bug in the Pokémon GO to Pokémon HOME transfer. For Alolan Form and Galarian Form Pokémon, for a short time if you transferred them, they'd have the moves of their original form. Over the coming weeks, if you have these Pokémon in Pokémon HOME, they will automatically be fixed to have their correct learnset. This will be done in waves and not all Pokémon will be fixed at the same time"
As of 14th November, all trainers who are now Level 1 and above can transfer Pokémon from Niantic's mobile game over to HOME on the Nintendo Switch. Keep in mind, there are some transfer limits in place.
Have you transferred any pocket monsters from GO to HOME since this update arrived? Have you encountered the above-mentioned bug? Leave a comment down below.