Pokémon GO’s new Anniversary Box: It’s cheaper to buy the premium content separately

One of the main features of Pokémon GO’s one-year anniversary event is the new Anniversary Box, which is meant to give players a discount on a variety of items. However, that may not be the case, as some Pokémon GO customers have pointed out. The Anniversary Box item costs 1,200 PokéCoins and includes six egg incubators, two premium raid passes, six Max Revives and 20 Ultra Balls. Of the four types of items available, only the premium Raid Passes are exclusively available to the in-game store; they cost 100 PokéCoins each and allow players to participate in multiple Raid Battles per day. The other three can be collected either from PokéStops or upon leveling up — meaning that buying them at all isn’t necessary. Egg incubators and Max Revives are available to purchase, however. Bought separately in the same quantity, they’d cost players 900 and 180 PokéCoins. To read more of this story, click here.

Source: Polygon

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