03/31/2023 at 4:00 p.m. by Susanne Braun – The Pokémon Go gadget Pokémon Go Plus will be available in a new version from summer 2023, Pokémon Go Plus +, which not only uses normal Pokéballs when catching pocket monsters, but also special research unlocked with Relaxo and item rewards. You can now pre-order Pokémon Go Plus + from Amazon, among other places!
In February 2023, the people of The Pokémon Company has released a new version of the Pokémon Go Plus catching gadget announced for the game by Niantic, and it’s unimaginatively named Pokémon Go Plus +. This can now be pre-ordered from retailers, including at Amazon. The wholesaler will then ship the catch gadget for release on July 21, 2023 – Pokémon Go Plus + costs just under 60 euros; a good amount of money for the device. Is it good? At least on paper, the features of Pokémon Go Plus + seem quite nice.
Is the price of Pokemon Go Plus+ worth it?
The Pokéball-shaped device, which you probably don’t want to wear on your wrist because it’s a bit larger, has some new features compared to the previous model. With Pokémon Go Plus +, after you have connected it to Pokémon Go, you will automatically spin at PokéStops and Gyms and also automatically catch Pokémon. The previous model only used normal Poké Balls, Pokémon Go Plus + will also be able to use Super and Hyper Balls at the push of a button.
If you connect the device to the game, you will also receive a special research in Pokémon Go that revolves around Snorlax – a fitting protagonist, since Pokémon Go Plus + will also be able to be included in the future Pokémon Sleep link. Pikachu will use this to remind you when it’s time for you to go to bed or wake up, and even sing you lullabies and unlock new alarm sounds if it’s near you during the night. On top of that, your sleep data is recorded when you press the button of the gadget when you go to bed and wake up.
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