Nintendo of Europe have announced today that Pokémon Rumble World, the free-to-play game featuring miniature Pokémon toys fighting, is going to see a physical release in Europe on January 22nd, and Australia on January 23rd. This matches the Japanese release that came out in November.
The physical copy of the game removes the micro-transactions from the game. Upon starting the game, you are presented with 3,000 Poké Diamonds – the most currency you can have at once – as well as the Diamond Digger item that gives you 40 further Poké Diamonds per day.
There's been no official word on price yet, but we guess it would cost roughly £30/€30 in Europe - the price of manually buying 3,000 diamonds in the free-to-play version.
There's also no word on a North American release, but we'll update if one is announced.
Edit: Updated to include the just-announced Australian release too.