List of Pokémon by availability (Sleep)

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This is a list of Pokémon currently available in Pokémon Sleep.

List of Pokémon by date

Counting by individual species, the following Pokémon are currently available in Pokémon Sleep:

  • 61 of 151 Pokémon from Generation I (40.4%).
  • 31 of 100 Pokémon from Generation II (31%).
  • 18 of 135 Pokémon from Generation III (13.33%).
  • 13 of 107 Pokémon from Generation IV (12.15%).
  • 2 of 72 Pokémon from Generation VI (2.78%).
  • 2 of 88 Pokémon from Generation VII (2.27%).

No Pokémon from Generations V, VIII, or IX are currently available. 127 of 1025 Pokémon (12.39% of all Pokémon species) are currently in the game. No regional forms have been made available.

Date Pokémon Notes
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Initial release. Arcanine, Flareon, Bayleef, Meganium, Quilava, Typhlosion, Houndoom, and Leafeon are available via Evolution, but cannot be found in the wild.
September 12, 2023 Sleep Menu 0122.pngSleep Menu 0439.png Mr. Mime and Mime Jr. became available.
September 28, 2023 Sleep Menu 0035.pngSleep Menu 0036.pngSleep Menu 0173.png The Clefairy line became available during the Good Sleep Day event.
October 24, 2023 Sleep Menu 0353.pngSleep Menu 0354.pngSleep Menu 0025 halloween.png Shuppet and Banette, as well as Halloween Pikachu became available during the Halloween event.
November 14, 2023 Sleep Menu 0095.pngSleep Menu 0208.png Onix and Steelix became available.
November 19, 2023 Sleep Menu 0136.pngSleep Menu 0470.png Flareon and Leafeon became available in the wild during the Eevee Week event.
December 18, 2023 Sleep Menu 0225.pngSleep Menu 0459.pngSleep Menu 0460.pngSleep Menu 0025 holiday.png Delibird, the Snover line, and Holiday Pikachu became available during the Holiday event.
January 24, 2024 Sleep Menu 0147.pngSleep Menu 0148.pngSleep Menu 0149.pngSleep Menu 0153.pngSleep Menu 0154.pngSleep Menu 0280.pngSleep Menu 0281.pngSleep Menu 0282.pngSleep Menu 0475.pngSleep Menu 0759.pngSleep Menu 0760.png The Dratini, Ralts, and Stufful lines became available with the release of Lapis Lakeside. Bayleef and Meganium became available in the wild.
March 11, 2024 Sleep Menu 0702.png Dedenne became available in the wild.
March 25, 2024 Sleep Menu 0243.png Raikou became available in the wild.
April 22, 2024 Comfey Comfey will become available in the wild.
2024 EnteiSuicune Entei and Suicune will become available sometime after Raikou.



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