Long-awaited 'Pokémon Sleep' Set to Launch This Summer

Long-awaited ‘Pokémon Sleep’ Set to Launch This Summer

Pokémon Sleep is now available, over four years after it was first revealed. At today’s Pokémon Presents event, it was revealed that the game would be released this summer. It was planned to make its debut in 2020.

Pokémon Sleep is a sleep-tracking smartphone game developed by Pokémon: Magikarp Jump developer Choose Button. Snorlax (of course) and Professor Neroli, a Pokémon sleep researcher, appear in it. When you go to bed, you should leave your phone next to you.

The software will assess your sleep and divide it into three categories: napping, snoozing, and slumbering. Pokémon who sleep in a same manner will congregate near Snorlax. The longer you play, the more probable it is that you may discover unique sleep patterns for certain Pokémon. Pikachu with droopy ears, in particular, is adorable.



Pokémon Go Plus +, a physical gadget that connects to both Pokémon Sleep and Pokémon Go, has also received an upgrade from the Pokémon Company. To monitor your sleep data, you hit the button before going to bed and again when you wake up, presumably instead of having to have your phone nearby. There is an alarm built-in, as well as a Pikachu voice that can sing lullabies.

When out and about, you may use the disc-shaped Pokémon Go Plus + to automatically spin PokéStops and hurl Poké Balls in Pokémon Go without ever pressing the device’s button. There will eventually be a method to utilise your sleep data in Pokémon Go as well.

Pokémon Go Plus + is the successor to the original Pokémon Go Plus, which debuted in 2016, and the Poké Ball Plus. It will be released on July 14th for $55, which is about the same price as a new mainstream Pokémon game for the Nintendo Switch. When you attach it to Pokémon Go, you’ll be able to locate a lovely Snorlax wearing a nightcap while out Pokémon hunting.

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