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The logo of Pokémon Bank.
- Japan: December 25, 2013
- North America: December 27, 2013
- Australia: December 27, 2013
- Europe: December 27, 2013
- Korea: December 25, 2013 
| Service provided
|| Online Pokémon storage
| Accessible by
|| Nintendo 3DS (XL, 2DS)
The Pokémon Bank (Japanese: ポケモンバンク Pokémon Bank) is a downloadable online application for the Nintendo 3DS that will be available for the Nintendo eShop. It will serve as a complement to Pokémon X and Y.
Due to server expenses, use of the software will require the payment of an annual fee. In Japan, this will be a fee of ¥500; however, it is confirmed that at least on such country players can obtain a free 30 day trial, until January 31, 2014, after which no new trials will be instated.
Pokémon Bank being used in a copy of Pokémon X
The main feature of Pokémon Bank is the possibility of players depositing up to 3000 Pokémon from the games in an online cloud. The referred cloud will work as a PC, and will have 100 boxes capable of carrying, like in a normal PC, 30 Pokémon each. It will feature search options allowing the player to locate deposited Pokémon.
- Main article: Poké Transporter
After the download of Pokémon Bank, it is possible to use a separately downloaded app, the Poké Transporter, to transfer Pokémon from Generation V games to the cloud. After this, it is possible to complete such migration by simply downloading them to the Generation VI game.
In other languages
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Pokémon.co.jp
- ↑ https://twitter.com/NintendoAmerica/status/386183184398168064
- ↑ Choose Classic Pokémon Bulbasaur, Charmander, or Squirtle and Battle with their Mega-Evolved Forms in Pokémon X and Pokémon Y - Nintendo Australia
- ↑ Pokémon Bank (English - Great Britain)
- ↑ Banco de Pokémon (Spanish - Spain)
- ↑ Banca Pokémon (Italian - Italy)
- ↑ Banque Pokémon (French - France)
- ↑ Pokémon Bank (German - Germany)
- ↑ 포켓몬 뱅크 Pokémon Bank (Korean)