After a long delay and months of silence from its developers, it seems like Pokemon Go’s release may finally be right around the corner.
After a long delay and months of silence from its developers, it seems like Pokemon Go’s release may finally be right around the corner. During E3, it was revealed that the game should be arriving before the end of July, but both Niantic and The Pokemon Company have been silent since that live stream. After five excruciating days of waiting and wondering, the Pokemon Go app has appeared on the Android Play store and gamers in some regions are claiming to be online and playing.
The region lock suggests that maybe the game has launched in Japan and Australia first (due to a time zone difference), but a few U.S. users are claiming to be online and have provided screenshots, as well. It’s unclear at this point why some people are locked out.
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