Players in Pokémon Go now have the chance to bring any of their favorite Pokémon they’ve captured in the mobile game to many of their traditional games using Pokémon Home. You can transfer many of your Pokémon right now, but you need to use the Pokémon Home Transporter, which relies on the energy you have on your account. It takes quite a bit of time for your energy to recharge, so you don’t want to use it too often. Now you will be able to transfer multiple Mythical and Legendary Pokémon, rather than only doing one at a time.
Before you can do this, you have to make sure that you check off this option in your settings. You’ll need to find the correct setting that lets you do this in your options. If you do not click this option, you have to pick to send over Mewtwo or Moltres, rather than sending them both at the same time.
After you have this setting turned on, you’ll be able to send multiple Mythical and Legendary Pokémon to your Pokémon Home account. It’s important to note that any Pokémon you send out of Pokémon Go will not be able to return. They will remain on Pokémon Home, and you can only send them to any of the primary Pokémon games. For example, transferring your Mewtwo from Pokémon Go will be able to go to Pokémon Sword and Shield, and you can use it over there as much as you’d like.
The setting you want to switch on is labeled Expanded Group Transfer. Make sure this is switched on underneath your settings.
Double-check your want to send specific Pokémon over to Pokémon Home from your mobile game. Making an incorrect decision can mean you’re losing a rare choice, never to return to your mobile game.