‘Pokemon Go’ Is Now Available In 26 More Countries

Niantic has now launched ‘Pokemon Go‘, an augmented reality mobile game, in 26 more countries on Saturday. The list includes Belgium, Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Cyprus, Estonia, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Greenland, Greece, Malta, Lithuania, Latvia, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Switzerland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Sweden.

You can now explore the world of Pokemon by downloading and installing ‘Pokemon Go’ from the Google Play Store OR Apple App Store.

The company is still facing server problem as many gamers reported that the game is slow to load or even completely unavailable to download. The company is too excited to launch the game worldwide. The company has already declared that they will be launching the game in roughly 200 countries and regions relatively soon.

After the initial launch in Australia, New Zealand and the US, the game became an instant hit beating Facebook, Twitter and many more in terms of popularity and daily active users. After that the game soon become available in Germany, UK, Spain, Italy and Portugal.

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