Pokemon Rumble World's microtransaction-free version coming to Europe


Free-to-play free

I actually enjoyed Pokemon Rumble World in spite of its free-to-play scheme, as it offered up plenty of ways to play regardless of the timers involved. But for those of you who absolutely positively got to kill every microtransaction in the room, accept no substitutes -- the retail version is coming to Europe.

In essence, on January 22, you'll be able to pick up the physical version, which will remove all currency and free-to-play elements from the game. Obviously, it'll make the game that much stronger, even if it's a fairly mindless hack and slash in the end.

Free-to-play Pokémon Rumble World getting physical release [Eurogamer]

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