Pokémon Go Launched In 26 New European Countries

Posted: Jul 20 2016, 11:34am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 20 2016, 11:37am CDT, in News | Gaming

Pokémon Go launched in 26 new European countries

Pokémon Go which has turned in to a global phenomenon is now available in 26 new European Countries following its availability in Germany and UK. The game was initially launched in the US and Australia but the official European release which occurred to must have delighted a number of people.

The game was launched with the following words by Pokémon Go representatives “Pokémon Go is available in twenty-six new countries. As of tonight, Trainers living in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Greenland, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, and Switzerland are able to download Pokémon GO from the Play Store or App Store.”

Players of this super successful game have been complaining about server issues since day one and this influx of new players as a result of the European release has added to the issue with the main complaint of being unable to log in being registered.

John Hanke who is currently the Niantic Labs chief has informed us that the games will soon be available in 200 countries once all the internal server issues have been fixed.

This has helped increase the value of Nintendo’s share price which have seen a 10% increase which has led to additional 17 billion to the company’s net worth. The game is available for download for both iOS and Android on App Store and Google Play respectively.

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