Tsunekazu Ishihara, chief executive of the Pokemon Company, speaks at a news conference in Tokyo, Japan May 29, 2019. REUTERS/Sam Nussey
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Japan's The Pokemon Company said Wednesday it was developing "Pokemon Sleep," a mobile app that tracks players' sleep and uses the data for gameplay, with a release date set for next year.The Pokemon Company was set up with investment from gaming companies Nintendo, Game Freak and Creatures.Pokemon Sleep will use data points like how long the user slept and when they awoke to change gameplay -- though The Pokemon Company did not elaborate on how gameplay would change.It will release two fully fledged Pokemon titles for the device in late 2019 .At Wednesday's event in Tokyo, Chinese partner NetEase Inc. -- which will launch a local version of mobile game Pokemon Quest -- also said it aims to bring more Pokemon games to China.
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