Pokemon Go could be unplayable for some users in North America, it has been revealed.
According to a new report on GameRant, the US Air Force is performing its yearly Red Flag combat training until February 16.
As part of the training, the US Air Force will reportedly disable GPS, which could impact Pokemon Go players.
The site warns that users in the likes of Arizona, California, Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming could be affected by the tests.
Players would still be able to access their Pokemon collections and level their Pocket Monsters.
It's unlikely any outages will last too long, and the game should be fully functional before the start of the next Community Day event.
Pokemon Go developer Niantic recently announced the second Community Day event.
Niantic has confirmed that the next Community Day will take place on February 24 from 10am UK time until 1pm GMT.
The three hour event will focus on Dratini, although its unclear what its exclusive move will be.
Players will earn three times the amount of Stardust for the duration of the event, while Lures will last for all 3 hours.
If the first Community event is anything to go by, Dratini could get a Shiny variant.
It's also useful if you want to evolve your Dratini into Dragonair and the powerful Dragonite.
Pokemon Go fans can now capture even more Gen 3 Pokemon from the Hoenn region.
Niantic has released a further 23 Gen 3 Pokemon, including regional exclusives Lunatone and Solrock.
"Starting later today, 23 additional Pokemon originally discovered in the Hoenn region in the Pokemon Ruby and Pokémon Sapphire video games will begin appearing in Pokemon GO for the very first time," reads a Niantic post.
"As you’re out adventuring with friends and family and exploring your local neighborhoods, be sure to share your favorite moments and photos using #PokemonGO on your social media channels.
"Trainers should also be on the lookout for other familiar Pokemon like Aggron, Trapinch, Nosepass, and Camerupt. So stock up on Poke Balls and head on out for your next Pokemon GO adventure. That Pokedex isn't going to complete itself."