Are you more of a night person, but hate that you can never catch Pokémon while the sun shines in your game? The next generation of Pokémon games has a solution.

Nintendo revealed today that Sun and Moon, which come for the 3DS on November 18, will take place 12 hours apart from each other. While Sun will run on the 3DS’s internal clock like normal, Moon will have the 12 hour shift. So, if you want to catch night-only Pokémon while the sun is shining, you’ll want to be playing Moon. This is another new feature for these games, which are likely to be some of the biggest hits of the year. The Pokémon series has sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and the brand is reaching new heights of popularity thanks to the mobile game Pokémon Go.

A new video details the feature, but it also shows off new Pokémon. You can watch it below.

Nice new look, Raticate. I still hate you, though.