The Pokemon Company marked Pokemon Day with a presentation called Pokemon Presents, which made some exciting announcements that fans had been waiting for. Among the news were details about the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet DLCs, Pokemon Sleep, and Pokemon Go.
The DLCs will be released in two parts: The Teal Mask, due in the fall, and The Indigo Disk, scheduled for this winter, with both expected to launch in 2023. They will follow a storyline called ‘The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero.’ Additionally, five new Pokemon, namely Monkidori, Okidogi, Fezandipiti, Ogerpon, and Terapagos, will debut alongside the DLCs. Also, two new Paradox Pokemon, Iron Leaves and Walking Wake will be introduced. Iron Leaves is a Grass and Psychic-type variant of Virizion, while Walking Wake is a Water and Dragon-type past version of Suicune. These two Pokemon will be available in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.
Players have the opportunity to participate in Tera Raid Battles until March 13 at 5:30 am IST to capture the newly added Paradox Pokemon.
Aside from the Tera Raid Battles, The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero has been announced as the first DLC for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, set to release in two parts this year. The Teal Mask, set in Kitakami, where players embark on a school trip, will be launched in the Fall of 2023. The Indigo Disk, which takes place in Blueberry Academy, is scheduled to be released in Winter 2023. The DLCs will feature rare Pokemon from the Paldea region, including the newly introduced Ogerpon and Terapagos.
Exciting news for fans of the Pokemon franchise as a new stop-motion animated Netflix series is currently in development. The series will revolve around a Pokemon resort and its guests, promising to deliver an engaging and fun-filled storyline.
The same team behind the famous Wallace and Gromit series will produce the series, and it is set to air in 2023. Another exciting announcement is the addition of legendary Pokemon Zacien to Pokemon Unite. This will be the first legendary Pokemon to be added to the game, and players can look forward to battling with Zacien soon.
For players with both Pokemon Go and Nintendo Switch titles, a new feature has been introduced that allows them to send postcards from Pokemon Go to the Nintendo Switch titles to catch the elusive roaming Pokemon, Gimmighoul. This fun addition adds a new level of interactivity and excitement to the game.
Pokemon Sleep is a new app developed by The Pokemon Company that aims to gamify the act of sleeping.
The release date of the Pokemon Sleep app for this year is yet to be disclosed. To build a stronger relationship with Pikachu in Pokemon Sleep, players can sleep with their phone beside their pillow, and the more they do so, the friendlier Pikachu will become. The release date for Pokemon Sleep is planned for the summer of 2023.
Pokemon Sleep encourages healthy sleeping habits by rewarding players with in-game rewards for getting a good night’s sleep.
Players can now monitor their sleep patterns and quality through the use of their mobile devices or the latest Pokemon Go Plus+ device. The Pokemon Go Plus+ device can be synced with the Pokemon Sleep app, allowing players to conveniently track their sleep patterns with the press of a button, providing them with a seamless and enhanced gaming experience. In other news, Pokemon Sleep is set to be released this year, allowing players to measure and analyze their sleep patterns by leaving their phones behind. The sleep will be categorized into three types, and users can place their phone beside their pillow to use it as a lullaby.
They can be used to catch Pokemon appearing in the game at night. In addition, the Pokemon Go Plus+ device can also be used to play Pokemon Go without having your mobile phone with you at all times.
The Pokemon Go Plus+ device allows you to spin PokeStops and catch Pokemon without constantly checking your phone.The Pokemon Go Plus+ device will be released on July 14, 2023, and will work with Pokemon Sleep and Go. Players can connect their devices to both apps and collect Pokemon while sleeping.
Pokemon Sleep is just one of many new ways that The Pokemon Company is trying to incorporate technology into their games to make them more interactive and engaging for players. With the addition of the Pokemon Go Plus+ device, players can collect even more Pokemon without constantly checking their phones.