Pikmin Bloom has made you pay real money for storage upgrades ever since its launch. But recently that has changed, as now you can use in-game coins. This switch of currencies was announced back in August by Niantic, and is now live in game. A list of the new prices are below.
- 25 Nectar Storage Upgrade: 180 coins
- 25 Petals Storage Upgrade: 180 coins
- 50 Postcards Storage Upgrade: 180 coins
- 20 Pikmin Storage Upgrade: 180 coins
- 5 Seedlings Storage Upgrade: 180 coins
This change is really close to Nintendo’s soon change to Mario Kart Tour’s Gacha mechanic. Perhaps this is a change in Nintendo’s stance on micro transactions? Tell us what you think!