Tons of news was revealed during the Pokémon Presents on Aug. 8, and the latest game in the series, Pokémon Sleep, wasn’t left out of the fun. In fact, the game is getting its very own event — Good Sleep Day — during its first full month on the app store.
But when is Pokémon Sleep Good Sleep Day, and what bonuses will be available during the event? There’s still a lot of mystery surrounding Good Sleep Day, but here’s what we know so far.
When is 'Pokémon Sleep' Good Sleep Day?
Good Sleep Day in Pokémon Sleep will line up with the next full moon, which arrives on Aug. 31. The Pokémon Company announced on Aug. 14 that the Good Sleep Day event starts on Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2023.
Assuming Good Sleep Day is a recurring event, it's likely future events will align with upcoming full moons, so be sure to keep an eye on the moon phases.
Expect to learn more about the event as we inch closer to its arrival, and stay tuned to the official Pokémon Sleep Twitter account for more details.
What is Good Sleep Day in 'Pokémon Sleep'?
During the Good Sleep Day event, Snorlax’s Drowsy Power will be increased. In turn, this should allow you to find more Pokémon than usual when you wake up in the morning — and it’ll be a great time to encounter rare monsters.
Here’s a look at the full announcement for Good Sleep Day in Pokémon Sleep.
“When the moon is full, it’s time for a Good Sleep Day! Your Snorlax’s Drowsy Power will be stronger than usual! Please wait for future announcements and more details.”
The announcement refers to "Good Sleep Days," which indicates that there may be an event for every full moon.
Whatever the case, be sure to tune in when Good Sleep Day goes live to maximize your chances of finding elusive Pokémon.
Why Drowsy Power matters in 'Pokémon Sleep.'
Snorlax’s Drowsy Power determines how many sleeping Pokémon are drawn to your camp after each Sleep Session. The higher your Drowsy Power, the more Pokémon you’ll encounter.
The easiest way to increase Drowsy Power is by getting a good night’s sleep — but if you struggle with that, Good Sleep Day is going to be extra enticing.
While it’s still unknown how much of a Drowsy Power boost you’ll receive from Good Sleep Day, it’s likely to be a significant amount. As one of the first events for Pokémon Sleep, The Pokémon Company will want to put its best foot forward and give users a reason to get excited about this relaxing, slow-paced game.