Here are all of Pokémon GO’s Microtransactions

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Pokémon GO

The highly anticipated final version of Pokémon GO was released yesterdya, but only in Australia and New Zealand. But while the rest of us have to wait, Kotaku got their hands on the game. Although Pokémon GO is designed to be free-to-play, like most game’s with this business model, there are microtransactions.

As Kotaku notes, you do start the game with a “decent number” of Pokéballs and “some” Incense, which are used to attract Pokémon. The site also states that you do get more “through play,” noting that they got a few every time they leveled. However, if you want to stock up, you’re going to need to pay.

Everything in the game costs gold, and you start with 0 gold, or Pokécoins. Here’s the cost of everything

Poké Balls

  • 20 Poké Balls – 100 Pokécoins
  • 100 Poké Balls – 460 Pokécoins
  • 200 Poké Balls – 800 Pokécoins

Incense

  • 1 Incense – 80 Pokécoins
  • 8 Incense – 500 Pokécoins
  • 25 Incense – 1250 Pokécoins

Lucky Egg

  • 1 Lucky Egg – 80 Pokécoins
  • 8 Lucky Eggs – 500 Pokécoins
  • 25 Lucky Eggs – 1250 Pokécoins

Lure Module

  • 1 Lure Module – 100 Pokécoins
  • 8 Lure Modules – 680 Pokécoins

Egg Incubator

  • Egg Incubator – 150 Pokécoins

Pokécoins

  • 100 Pokécoins – $0.99
  • 550 Pokécoins – $4.99
  • 1,200 Pokécoins – $9.99
  • 2,500 Pokécoins – $19.99
  • 5,200 Pokécoins – $39.99
  • 14,500 Pokécoins – $99.99
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