Pokemon Go fans can unlock a host of new items from the in-game clothing store.
Niantic has added new Pokemon Go clothing items that can only be purchased once you've earned the required medals.
This includes new Fisherman costumes, new Battle Girl outfits and Jogger gear.
"Proud of your Magikarp-catching skills?" reads a Niantic tweet. "With every Fisherman medal you achieve, a familiar Fisherman avatar item will be available for you to purchase in-game. Good luck - and don't get splashed!"
A follow-up tweet adds: "Trainers, show off your fighting spirit! New Battle Girl avatar items are available for purchase once you achieve the Bronze, Silver, or Gold Battle Girl medals."
"Show off how far you've walked while playing Pokemon GO with the all-new Jogger avatar items, now available to purchase after earning the Bronze, Silver, or Gold Jogger medals," a final tweet reads.
You can take a closer look at the items by checking out the gallery below...
The news comes after the release of a special Pokemon Go trailer featuring Stephen Fry.
The latest Pokemon Go Gen 3 trailer takes its cue from nature documentaries like Planet Earth.
Narrated by Stephen Fry, the Pokemon Go trailer showcases Pokemon in their real-world habitats.
"The video features some of the newest creatures debuting in Pokemon Go, that include cute cheerleader pair Plusle and Minun in a forest along with Mawile and the Bug and Flying-type Pokemon Masquerain," reads a Pokemon Company statement.
You can watch the Pokemon Go Planet Earth trailer below...
"In the oceans, a huge underwater Wailord makes a big splash, as well as a school of Luvdisc - a heart-shaped and water-dwelling Pokemon - under the shadow of a looming threat as they are passed by a Sharpedo.
"There are also appearances from the amphibious Mudkip playing in a pool, cold-loving Snorunt on a high mountain and a cityscape with the elegant Pokemon Delcatty."
But the trailer hasn't gone down well with everybody, especially Nintendo Switch fans waiting for news about the Pokemon RPG.
One fan writes: "Like everybody else, I saw the title and thought this was for the Switch game or something. Really wish they put Pokémon GO in the front of the title."
Another post reads: "Nintendo........My legs were shaking....I was freaked out.....I thought there was a new Pokémon game.....Why does this happen to me???"
Hopefully we'll find out more about the Pokemon Nintendo Switch RPG soon.