Catching Pokemon is the main premise of Pokemon GO, and as you catch said Pokemon, your Pokemon storage becomes a limiting factor. Trainers buy Pokemon Storge upgrades in order to increase the amount of Pokemon that they can store, but even that has a cap. Niantic has increased the Pokemon Storage cap to 6300. Here is what you need to know.
Last updated on April 20th, 2023 at 07:50 am
Pokemon Storage Cap Increased To 6300 In Pokemon GO
The announcement was made on Twitter where the official Pokemon GO account announced, “Attention, Trainers! The limit on Pokémon storage has now been expanded to 6,300”. The base storage is not enough for most people, which is why trainers typically spend Poke Coins on Item Bags and Pokemon Storage upgrades. While does have a max cap, that has been increased to 6300 now.
Poke Coins is the premium currency in Pokemon GO which you can buy with real money, or you can farm by placing Pokemon in Gyms. You can earn up to 50 Poke Coins a day using this method. In the comments section, multiple players mentioned their concerns regarding the update to remote raids. If you have not been following the Pokemon GO news, Niantic has increased the price of Remote Raid Passes since they think that they are not balanced compared to remote passes and premium passes. This is interesting because the price of the premium pass bundle has been decreased by 16% while the price of the remote raid pass has been increased by 75%.
Let us know what you think about the Pokemon GO Pokemon Storage cap being increased to 6300 and whether or not you are interested in playing the game now that the remote raid pass price has been increased. If you want to learn more, then you can check out our guide on the best counters for Regielek (Elite Raids).