Pokémon GO will be undergoing server maintenance on Monday 1st June for seven hours around the world, Niantic has announced.
Announced on the official Pokémon GO Twitter, the server downtime will begin from around 11am to 6pm PDT.
“The game will be undergoing server maintenance and will be inaccessible to all Trainers,” the statement reads. “We apologise for any inconvenience.”
This comes ahead of changes to the Community Day voting, with Pokémon selected by fans in a poll on 23-25th May set to be featured in June and July.
Trainers, Pokémon GO will be experiencing global downtime for seven hours on Monday, June 1, 2020. From around 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. PDT, the game will be undergoing server maintenance and will be inaccessible to all Trainers. We apologize for any inconvenience that this might cause. pic.twitter.com/mdIeQiaCI5— Pokémon GO (@PokemonGoApp) May 21, 2020
When is Pokémon GO going down and for how long?
You can check out the time zones for the Pokémon GO server maintenance below.
- North America - 11am to 6pm PDT
- UK - 7pm to 2am BST
- Europe - 8pm to 3am CEST
June looks set to be a big month for Pokémon, with the Isle of Armor expansion also set to be released for Pokémon Sword and Shield.
If you fancy some competitive Pokémon, there’s also some official tournaments planned for over summer in light of the official circuit’s cancellation due to COVID-19.