Celebrate the upcoming release of Pokémon GO Plus + with the Catching Some Z’s event
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Celebrate the upcoming release of Pokémon GO Plus + with a delightfully dreamy event, Catching Some Z’s!
Catching Some Z’s
Saturday, July 15, 2023, at 10:00 a.m. to Sunday, July 16, 2023, at 8:00 p.m. local time
Komala, the Drowsing Pokémon, will make its Pokémon GO debut!
Snorlax wearing a nightcap will also make its Pokémon GO debut! You can complete Special Research tasks to encounter it!
Using Pokémon GO Plus + will let you play Pokémon GO without staring at your phone. Using the auto-throw function, you’ll be able to automatically throw Poké Balls at wild Pokémon, while the auto-spin function automatically spins PokéStops. You can also adjust the settings to switch between throwing Great Balls or Ultra Balls.
After you pair the Pokémon GO Plus + with Pokémon GO, you’ll be able to take on Special Research that leads to an encounter with Snorlax wearing a nightcap! This Snorlax looks like it’ll sleep so soundly—we hope catching it makes your own naps even nicer!
You can also use Pokémon GO Plus + to easily track your sleep with Pokémon Sleep. Just press the center button and place it by your pillow.
Connecting your Pokémon GO Plus + to Pokémon GO will allow you to enjoy some new features based on your sleep data!
For more details, please see the Pokémon GO Plus + website.
Trainers may have additional opportunities to encounter Snorlax wearing a nightcap in the future. Stay tuned!
The following Pokémon will appear more frequently in the wild.
The following Pokémon will appear in raids.
New avatar items and stickers
The following new avatar item will be available at no cost in the in-game shop during this event and will continue to be available after the event ends!
Snorlax Pattern Night Cap
The following new avatar item will be available to purchase in the in-game shop during this event and will continue to be available after the event ends!
New Stickers will be available for Trainers who connect their Pokémon GO Plus + to their Pokémon GO Account and track their sleep for at least 90 minutes each day.
Please be aware of your surroundings and follow guidelines from local health authorities when playing Pokémon GO. Upcoming events are subject to change. Be sure to follow us on social media, opt in to receiving push notifications, and subscribe to our emails to stay updated.
—The Pokémon GO team