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The developers of Pokémon Sleep have given players a list of features and issues that are currently receiving development attention. This list highlights several of quality of life improvements that players can expect to see coming in an update planned for release later this month, prior to the start of the Holiday 2023 event that was announced earlier this week. Pokémon Sleep are also distributing a large gift bundle of handy in-game items to all currently registered players.
Pokémon Sleep will be marking the holiday season later this month with the Holiday 2023 — Double Dream Shard Research event, running in-game for the week leading up to Christmas. As the name suggests, this event will give Researchers double the regular amount of Dream Shards through sleep research, as well as offering increased chances of meeting Shiny Pokémon. The game will also be receiving a small update ahead of this event, with a significant increase planned for the effect of Dream Shard Magnet S skill.
In celebration of Pokémon Sleep taking out the Best Game for Good title in the global Google Play Best of 2023 awards, along with the User's Choice and Cute & Casual Category titles in the Japanese Google Play Best of 2023 awards, a special gift is now being distributed in-game to all players.
Pokémon Sleep's fourth Good Sleep Day event will run from Sunday November 26th through to Tuesday November 28th. Good Sleep Day events are being held in Pokémon Sleep once every lunar month, starting the day before the full moon, and ending the day after. As usual, a Good Sleep Day Bundle will be available from the in-game shop alongside this event.
Pokémon Sleep has received an update to Version 1.0.13. This new update adds a number of new features to the game, including several changes designed to help players earn additional candy to level and evolve their Pokémon. Additionally, some updated information has been released regarding Pokémon appearance rates for the Eevee Week 2023 event.
Starting November 20th, Pokémon Sleep will be holding the Eevee Week 2023 in-game event, in celebration of the annual Eevee Day on November 21st. The game will also be receiving a small update next week, with Onix and Steelix starting to appear for sleep research in Taupe Hollow.
Pokémon Sleep's Halloween 2023 - Double Candy Research event will start on October 30th. Ahead of the start of this event, from October 29th at 4:00am (UTC), a selection of special Halloween 2023 Bundles will be made available from the in-game store. These bundles will remain available until the end of the event, on November 6th at 3:59pm (UTC).
Pokémon Sleep will enter a maintenance period tomorrow on October 24th, from 1:00am (UTC), ahead of a planned update of the software to Version 1.0.11. This maintenance period is expected to last for roughly 4 and a half hours, until 5:30am (UTC). In addition to making changes to the Cooking Power-Up S main skill to cap the maximum pot capacity size at 200, the Version 1.0.11 update also implements several quality of life changes, and resolves several other gameplay bugs, including some bugs specific to Android users.
In a press release that was somewhat appropriately sent out in what was the dead of night for this writer, who was getting their own sleep research in at the time, Pokémon Sleep has announced that players have collectively recorded over 100,000 years worth of sleep time tracked in the app, or more than 910 million hours of sleep.
To mark the Halloween holiday, Pokémon Sleep will be running its first full fledged in-game event other than the Good Sleep Days that are held every lunar month. Halloween 2023 - Double Candy Research will start on October 30th, overlapping with the final day of the upcoming Good Sleep Day event, which starts October 28th.
The dates for Pokémon Sleep's third Good Sleep Day event have now been confirmed. The event will run from Saturday October 28th through to Monday October 30th. Good Sleep Day events are being held in Pokémon Sleep once every lunar month, starting the day before the full moon, and ending the day after.
To mark the Autumn Harvest Season, Pokémon Sleep will be making a selection of Autumn Treats available to players via the in-game store between October 9th at 4:00am (UTC), and October 16th at 4:00am (UTC). Over this period, players will be able to receive one Autumn Treats Bundle Vol. 1 S every day for free from the in-game store. One paid Autumn Treats Bundle Vol. 1 M will also be available each day, at a cost of 100 diamonds.
Pokémon Sleep will enter a maintenance period tomorrow on September 26th, from 1:00am (UTC), ahead of a planned update of the software to Version 1.0.9. This maintenance period is expected to last for roughly 4 and a half hours, until 5:30am (UTC). The Version 1.0.9 update implements several quality of life changes for app users on both Android and iOS devices, as well as resolving several minor gameplay bugs.
The dates for Pokémon Sleep's second ever Good Sleep Day event have now been confirmed. The event will run from Thursday September 28th through to Saturday September 30th. These events are planned to be held in Pokémon Sleep once every lunar month, starting the day before the full moon, and ending the day after. Though no official confirmation has yet been given, it is presumed that this Good Sleep Day event will follow the exact same format as the previous event.
The developers of Pokémon Sleep have given players a list of features and issues that are currently receiving development attention, acknowledging several new bugs and issues that they hope to resolve in coming updates. Another a free gift bundle of handy in-game items is also being distributed to early adopters.
Pokémon Sleep will be receiving another small update in the coming days, with the announcement that Mime Jr. and Mr. Mime will soon be appearing at Cyan Beach for player's sleep research from September 12th at 6:00am (UTC) / September 11th at 11:00pm (PDT).
Pokémon Sleep has received an update today to Version 1.0.7. This latest update was focused on bugfixing, and resolves a number of issues that had been impacting the user experience on both Android and iOS devices. The update notice also acknowledges several additional bugs and issues that the developers are looking to resolve in a coming update.
Pokémon Sleep has gained a remarkable amount of popularity quickly as a sleep tracking app, reaching a million downloads in the month and a half since its release. It’s no surprise then, that the Pokémon Company has announced two merchandise collaborations for the app, with Japanese cosmetics company Kao Corporation and Gelato Pique, the Japanese loungewear company inspired by desserts. Both collaborations, eaturing adorable sleeping Pokémon, launch in Japan this September.
Pokémon Sleep has now racked up more than ten million downloads across both Android and iOS devices. In celebration, a special gift is being given out to all players who log-in to the game between August 25th at 5:00am (UTC), and September 22nd at 5:00am (UTC).
An extended maintenance for Pokémon Sleep began today at 1:00am (UTC), ahead of the planned update of the software to Version 1.0.6. This maintenance period, which is expected to last until roughly 5:30am (UTC), was originally announced for August 24th, but was delayed one day for unknown reasons. The Version 1.0.6 update implements a variety of quality of life changes for app users on both Android and iOS devices, as well as resolving several issues that have impacted sleep tracking.