11 New Countries
GO has been making headlines again, this time it has been announced that the
app will now be available in 11 new countries and
regions around the world. Direct from the source 'Nintendo Insider', which
stated that Pokemon GO developer
Niantic would continue to expand their growth of the app via the addition of
and regions now with access to the Pokemon GO includes: Albania, Bosnia and
Herzegovina, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Macau, Macedonia, Mongolia, Serbia,
Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. Users from these areas will now be
able to put on their trainer's cap and join in with the rest of the world by
exploring their towns and cities capturing Pokemon. The app like in all other
areas will be available on Google Play and iTunes.
Launches Smoothly Worldwide
many players who have already played and possibly burned out on Pokemon GO may
not initially care about this latest expansion, it’s a positive thing for all
players of the game. Niantic CEO John Hanke previously stated that Niantic’s
main goal is ensuring that Pokemon GO launches smoothly worldwide before
focusing on bringing new features to the game. Bringing the game to 11 more
countries gets Niantic closer to that goal, and with any luck, it means Pokemon
GO is one step closer to getting some new features that will breathe life back
into the game. New features may be exactly what the game needs to help reverse
the massive loss of players it’s experienced.
out an augmented reality game to the entire world is a difficult task,
especially when the game has seen over 500 million downloads since its release.
Niantic hasn’t released any kind of time table or estimate of when it expects
to be finished with this task, but hopefully gamers who haven’t had an
opportunity to play yet in their home countries will get their chance soon. Pokemon
GO is now available on Android and iOS devices in select areas.
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