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New Pokemon mobile games, apps and services announced

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New Pokemon mobile games, apps and services announced
Today was a big day for Pokemon fans, as the Japanese company that owns the rights of the franchise has just revealed new Pokemon games, services, and apps that will be coming to mobile and Nintendo Switch.

The newly announced Pokemon Home is a cloud-based service that allows players to share Pokemon between their Android, iOS devices and Nintendo Switch. Pokemon Home will go live in early 2020, but a price hasn't been revealed yet.

With Pokemon Home, you'll be able to connect to your Pokemon Go, Pokemon: Let's Go, Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield games and bring everything that you've collected in one place.

Pokemon Sleep in a brand new app that will track your sleep habits, but also promises “a gameplay experience unlike any other.” No additional details about Pokemon Sleep have been announced though, so we'll just have to wait until the developers have more to share.

To go along with the Pokemon Sleep, Nintendo will launch a new Pokemon Go Plus+ accessory, which can be used to track steps and sleep. The accessory announced by the Pokemon Company has been developed in collaboration with Nintendo and Niantic, the company behind the Pokemon Go smash hit. No word on release and pricing have been announced yet.

Last but not least, Pokemon Masters is a new upcoming mobile game in which players will be able to “battle alongside favorite Pokemon Trainers from the main series RPGs.” And that's about all the company announced about their next game.

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