Niantic have announced the new and final One PokeCoin Bundle in Pokemon Go. It’s going to be available until May 18th, and contains a Remote Raid Pass, and a number of regular Poke Balls, Great Balls, and Ultra Balls. While there will be no more such bundles in the game, the developers have included a number of other adjustments to make Pokemon Go more accessible until the world gets the coronavirus under control.
All good things must come to an end, and the same goes for the One PokeCoin Bundles in Pokemon Go. The last one of these is currently available in the in-game store, and will remain there until Monday, May 18th, at 1:00 PM PDT (GMT −7). And what can you get for you hard-earned, single PokeCoin? According to the post on the Pokemon Go website, the bundle includes one Remote Raid Pass, twenty regular Poke Balls, ten Great Balls, and five Ultra Balls. Pretty solid haul, given the price is next to nothing.
Now, even though this is the last of the One PokeCoin Bundles, that doesn’t mean that Niantic isn’t introducing other methods to make playing the game easier, since COVID-19 is still very much a threat. After all, the Bundles were basically a replacement for spinning PokeStops. Anyways, here’s the list of currently-implemented changes, straight from the horse’s mouth.
- Buddies can now bring you Gifts from PokeStops! Send Gifts to friends, and receive Gifts in return that you can open to receive items like Poke Balls, Berries, and more.
- Gifts are currently rewarding more Poke Balls.
- You can get a daily bonus Field Research task without having to spin a PokeStop, which you can complete to earn items.
- The distance from which you can spin a PokeStop has been temporarily doubled.
So, there you have it. Niantic are doing as much as they can to keep people playing, and I, for one, hope that it’ll pay off. However that may shake up, at least we can all make use of the last One PokeCoin Bundle. Just keep in mind that every one of them is a one-off purchase.