While the very coveted mobile title Pokémon Go will be free, players will need to use Pokécoins, the in-game currency, to get items that will make catching Pokémon a breeze.

It isn’t clear yet how one earns these coins in-game, but those who choose to buy coin packs will be able to buy items like Poké balls, Eggs, and Incense. Pokéballs will be used to catch any Pokémon you find, and in addition to having a good supply of them from the beginning, you can acquire more by interacting with landmarks called Poké Stops. Incense is an item used to lure Pokemon to your location for 30 minutes, allowing easy catching with minimal travel.

Pokémon Go is currently launching, but is only available in Australia and New Zealand for now. We have a comprised list of the microtransactions the game has to offer below. Please note, however, that the prices are in Australian dollars, and the list will be updated as more regions and their prices become available to us.

Purchasable Items:

  • 20 Poke Balls: 100 Pokecoins
  • 100 Poke Balls: 460 Pokecoins
  • 200 Poke Balls: 800 Pokecoins
  • Incense: 80 Pokecoins
  • 8 Incense: 500 Pokecoins
  • 25 Incense: 1250 Pokecoins
  • Lucky Egg: 80 Pokecoins
  • 8 Lucky Eggs: 500 Pokecoins
  • 25 Lucky Eggs: 1250 Pokecoins
  • Lure Module: 100 Pokecoins
  • 8 Lure Modules: 680 Pokecoins
  • Egg Incubator: 150 Pokecoins

Pokecoin Packs:

  • 100 Pokecoins: $1.49
  • 550 Pokecoins: $7.99
  • 1200 Pokecoins: $14.99
  • 2500 Pokecoins: $30.99
  • 5200 Pokecoins: $62.99
  • 14500 Pokecoins: 159.99

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