Time for a snooze? Not without Pikachu, you don’t. And if you’re wondering why that little electric mouse you see on your socials has a similarly small hat, you’ll want to know how to get Night Cap Pikachu in Pokemon Sleep before your next trip to bed. You’ll be able to sleep without him, but come on… the hat is too cute to pass up.
Pokémon Sleep is as mysterious as the act itself. At least right now in its early launch period. Sleeping to collect Pokemon? Absurd. But it’s happening, and we can’t be blamed. Gamifying a good night’s sleep is a great idea, and we’re here to guide you through the world of Pokemon Sleep all the same.
How to get Night Cap Pikachu in Pokemon Sleep
Sorry to burst your bubble here, but there’s no way to get Night Cap Pikachu in Pokemon Sleep without spending for the privilege. And we don’t mean any in-game coins, either.
To get Night Cap Pikachu in Pokemon Sleep, you need to connect your own Pokemon Go Plus Plus device to the device your Pokemon Sleep account is connected to.
It doesn’t matter when you do this. Whether you make your account first and tie a device to it later, or set them both up at the same time, you’ll get your Night Cap Pikachu as soon as both conditions are met.
What does Night Cap Pikachu do in Pokemon Sleep?
Night Cap Pikachu fills the final sixth slot of your Pokemon Sleep team, giving you a way to procure even more berries and items with each snooze, speeding up progress in-game.
How to level up Night Cap Pikachu in Pokemon Sleep
Night Cap Pikachu will only gain experience and level up with each use of the Pokemon Go Plus Plus device in Pokemon Sleep. If you register a sleep cycle without the device connected, Night Cap Pikachu won’t earn any experience for that snooze.
For more Pokemon points, stick around. We’ve got wise words on how to get Gold Coins in Pokemon GO, the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet class answers, and how to get a second Koraidon or Miraidon in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet as well.