Pokémon Go has finally arrived on the Apple Watch, with one big catch.
Using the app, players can get items from PokéStops, locate nearby Pokémon, and count steps to hatch eggs without taking their phones out. What they can’t do is actually catch Pokémon using the watch.
As Variety notes, that’s most likely because the company doesn’t want the Apple Watch app to compete with its Pokémon Plus device. The Bluetooth-enabled wristband has the same functionality as the app, plus the ability to catch Pokémon in the wild.
The Pokémon company’s U.S. headquarters are located in Bellevue, Wash. It is owned in part by Nintendo, which has its American headquarters nearby. Both companies have been in the spotlight since the blockbuster launch of Pokémon Go in early July.