Pokemon Sleep Version 1.0.6 Patch Notes: Good Sleep Day and Night Mode

Pokemon Sleep Version Patch Notes Updates

In preparation for the highly-anticipated Good Sleep Day event on August 30, Pokemon Sleep is rolling out Version 1.0.6, a significant update that enhances the overall gaming experience. This update, released on August 23, introduces several key features. Firstly, players can now gear up for the Good Sleep Day event, bringing a celestial twist to the game.

Moreover, Version 1.0.6 includes a night mode option for the loading screen, ensuring a comfortable and visually pleasing experience during nighttime gameplay. Additionally, players can fine-tune their graphics quality settings, allowing for greater customization and optimization based on their device’s capabilities.

To facilitate this update, a maintenance period is scheduled from August 24 at 8 PM to August 25 at 12:30 AM, during which players won’t be able to access the game. These patch notes promise an exciting and immersive Pokemon Sleep experience, with the Good Sleep Day event set to be the first in-game challenge for players to conquer.

Pokemon Sleep Version 1.0.6 Patch Notes

Game contents

  • Implementing the Good Sleep Day event, starting Wednesday, August 30
  • Broadening the conditions required to meet one’s bedtime so that players can meet their bedtimes by starting sleep tracking up to 90 minutes before or 30 minutes after their set bedtime
  • Implementing night mode for the loading screen. The loading screen will be adjusted so that it displays with a dark gray background rather than a white one at night.
  • Adjustments to graphic quality settings to include four levels (settings will be divided more finely than before, to help with performance and power usage)
  • Adjustments to the Research Community so that the player is returned to the same scroll location when they look at a friend’s research and then return to the Research Community screen
  • Decreasing the amount of data for new users to download when they register. Music for the second and subsequent areas will be downloaded the first time the player visits that area.
  • Adding a function that notifies the player on the home screen when a Good Camp Ticket’s effects have ended

Sleep tracking

  • Adjustments to make it possible to conduct sleep research even when damage to sleep data causes sleep tracking to fail
  • Addressing an issue that caused sleep duration measurements to be significantly shorter when the Slumbering stage was not detected during sleep tracking
  • Further optimization of power use during sleep tracking

Bugs to be Fixed

  • Players being able to use three Bonus Biscuits for two days after manually entering sleep data in some cases
  • Players being unable to edit their teams on some devices
  • News notifications popping up on the main menu when there was news for other languages
  • The app slowing down and forcibly quitting when navigating to the Research Community screen on some devices
  • The Week Summary graph of sleep times being displayed darkly in some cases
  • The dates on the Sleep Points Earned list on the Sleep Pass screen being displayed incorrectly in some cases
  • The Average Daily Sleep Duration by Day on the Sleep Stats screen being shorter when there was at least one day with two sleep entries
  • The “Friend Limit Reached” pop-up appearing and stopping players from accepting a friend request if they previously had the maximum of 50 friends, removed a friend, and then tried to accept a friend request
  • The amount of Energy recovered not being updated on some screens when a player used an Energy Pillow from their Bag
  • Adjustments so that when a Pokémon’s Energy exceeds 100 when a player used an Energy Pillow, the pop-up will show a value over 100
  • The app becoming unable to proceed after a player navigates to another screen right before Snorlax is supposed to be shown eating
  • The app taking a long time to transition to the Pokémon details screen if there were many Pokémon in the Pokémon Box
  • The daily sleep report popping up over the main menu after a player manually entered sleep data
  • The app becoming unable to proceed if Snorlax’s score went up when a player navigated to the sleep tracking screen
  • The UI has been changed to only allow one Sub Skill Seed to be used at a time because a bug caused only one Sub Skill Seed to be used up when multiple Sub Skill Seeds were used at once
  • Sorting Pokémon by sleep type not working in the Pokémon list when using items
  • In rare cases, the app becoming unable to proceed after the Evolution animation
  • The app becoming unable to proceed if a player tapped a Pokémon immediately after the professor’s Master Biscuit tutorial ended
  • The app becoming unable to proceed if a player pressed and held a team slot in the Edit Teams screen to see the Pokémon details screen, but then tapped another team slot before the screen transitioned
  • A display error occurring when the Auto Cook button and the Choose a Recipe button were pressed at the same time
  • The app forcibly quitting on some devices when pairing an Android device with Pokémon GO Plus + and turning Bluetooth on

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Pokemon Sleep 

Pokemon Sleep is a unique mobile application that combines the world of Pokemon with the importance of a good night’s rest. Released in select regions in July 2023, this app is designed to track your sleep patterns, and in return, it rewards users with various Pokemon companions, all depending on the quality and duration of their sleep. The app utilizes your device’s microphone and accelerometer to monitor your sleep, and for added convenience, you can use the Pokemon Go Plus+ accessory to set bedtime reminders and further enhance your sleep-tracking experience.

Upon starting the game, players receive a Snorlax from Professor Neroli to observe their sleeping habits. Throughout the day, players can feed Snorlax with berries and meals to boost its power, ultimately attracting a wider variety of Pokemon after a night’s rest. The sleep session generates a report categorizing your sleep into different types, such as Dozing, Snoozing, or Slumbering, and assesses the noise levels during the night. These factors contribute to a Sleep Score, which, when combined with Snorlax’s score, determines your Drowsy Power. The higher your Drowsy Power, the more diverse and rare Pokemon you’ll encounter during your adventures.

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Pokemon Sleep Gameplay

Pokemon Sleep is a captivating blend of gaming and wellness, encouraging players to prioritize healthy sleep habits. The game centers around monitoring the player’s sleep patterns and delivering rewards based on the duration and quality of their sleep. This innovative approach is facilitated by utilizing the microphone and accelerometer on your mobile device. For added convenience, the Pokemon Go Plus+ accessory can be employed to remind players of their bedtime and further streamline sleep tracking.

Upon embarking on their Pokemon Sleep journey, players are entrusted with a Snorlax by Professor Neroli. This lovable Pokemon can be nurtured throughout the day with nourishing berries and meals, boosting its power and expanding the roster of visiting Pokemon after a restful night. The quality of sleep is categorized into three distinct types: Dozing, Snoozing, and Slumbering, with the most dominant type determining the overall sleep assessment. The report also factors in the noise generated during sleep, culminating in a Sleep Score. The Drowsy Power, a product of the Sleep Score multiplied by Snorlax’s score, dictates the diversity and rarity of Pokemon that will visit players.

These visiting Pokemon, categorized into the same sleep types, offer players opportunities for engagement and friendship. Through the use of PokéBiscuits, players can cultivate bonds with these Pokemon, ultimately leading to their incorporation into the player’s team for various tasks like berry collection and ingredient gathering.

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