If you've been around the Internets today, you've likely seen that Pokemon revealed several new upcoming projects at their Pokemon Press Conference.\nPerhaps the most confusing (or most exciting, depending on how you look at it) is the next step in the Pokemon GO world, Pokemon Sleep.\nYes, you read that correctly. Pokemon is going to be releasing a new app that tracks your sleep patterns. Understandably, the reactions on Twitter have been absolutely hilarious and I've compiled the most hilarious ones below. Enjoy.\nWe’re pleased to announce the development of Pokémon Sleep, a new app from @Pokemon_cojp that tracks a user’s time sleeping and brings a gameplay experience unlike any other! Several Snorlax were consulted on this, in case you were wondering. #PokemonSleep is coming in 2020. pic.twitter.com/nJ7mJY09Dl— Pokémon (@Pokemon) May 29, 2019\nThe tweet above was sent out by the official Pokemon Twitter account announcing the Pokemon Sleep app, as well as noting that it will be available next year. There aren't many details yet about how the game will actually function, other than they you're meant to put it beside your pillow as you sleep.\nyou already know i’ll be a god at pokémon sleep pic.twitter.com/dZRfoKZofn— brianne (@briannerachel_) May 29, 2019\nNintendo legit spending 20 minutes explaining how sleep tracking is the next frontier of Pokemon video games this is amazing— Paul Tassi (@PaulTassi) May 29, 2019\nThe Pokemon Sleep I want pic.twitter.com/X7wplv3sSq— Bulbasaur Propaganda (@BulbaGanda) May 29, 2019\nPeople at first were very confused, because what on earth does Pokemon get out of tracking peoples' sleep patterns? Like, is this real life!? The confusion quickly turned to memes, though... of course.\nThe tangents people went on nearly had me in tears - and some of my coworkers here at MTL Blog agreed that we wouldn't be totally resistant to an aggressive self-care app... so, maybe Pokemon is on to something.\npokemon sleep huh? pokemon self care? pokemon drink water? pokemon remember your meds? pokemon wash your hands— codeus (@pumpkinheadguy) May 29, 2019\nPokemon GoPokemon SleepPokemon Quit SmokingPokemon Cognitive Behavioral TherapyPokemon Free and Accessible Birth ControlPokemon Socialized Healthcare Pokemon CO2 Emission Cap— MacIntyre Rath (@MacIntyreRath) May 29, 2019\nmore like I wanna be the very rest #PokemonSleep pic.twitter.com/VFhPRYAAh9— Mike Davis (@LameAwesomeness) May 29, 2019\n*Pokemon sleep is announced*People with depression: pic.twitter.com/PVTR3sbmtM— Benjamin Stubbings (@caboose842) May 29, 2019\nI mean, they certainly did a fair share in terms of getting people off their asses and out walking around when they introduced Pokemon GO. So if Pokemon Sleep is really intended to entice people to get to bed early and sleep a nice, healthy eight hours, I'm all behind it.\nTrust a Japanese company to use their powers for good and attempt to inject more balance and zen in people's lives - particularly the lives of those who they have impacted the most.\nThe future is here!#PokemonSleep pic.twitter.com/CVg7cBQ94f— BeanoBombo (@Yiszy1) May 29, 2019\nLeaked footage of Pokémon Sleep's reminder function. pic.twitter.com/uMoZnlzHsd— Mary The Sassy Lopunny (@Mary_Lopunny) May 29, 2019\nI mean, we all have that friend who would show up to school after a night of gaming with heavy dark circles under their eyes night after night because they just couldn't log off.\nSo a game that incentivizes users to log off and catch some real shut-eye? Why the hell not.\nPokemon has announced the release of a new app called Pokemon Sleep, in their vein of Pokemon GO, and the Internet reacted as expected: with memes and hilarity.\nTo read more about Pokemon's upcoming releases, head to their Twitter page to take in the summary of plans discussed at the Pokemon Press Conference.