Jul 06, 2016 10:20 AM EDT
‘Pokemon GO’ (0.29.0) Rolls Out Now On Android & iOS Version! Available On Google Play And App Store; Country Availability & Bonus APK Download [LINKS]
Finally, Pokémon Go, the highly anticipated improved reality game has made its way into Google Play and the App Store since its announcement last September. Now that it is now available for Android and iOS version, still, there is a minimal glitch adjoining its release. Pokémon Go is not made globally available.
But that would probably not last any longer since Niantic has just released a support page for those who have downloaded the game. Therefore Pokémon Go appears to get its worldwide release soon. Although this has been expected when the beta ended late last month and the developers specified that July would be the release date of the game, TheBitBang reported.
Visit the support page here.
The "Pokemon GO" was just put in a closed beta, but its official version is having its initial roll out on iOS and Android devices in some regions. If you are in North America, you may download and play it from the Google Play store at these links:
Pokemon GO pic.twitter.com/zFA0IDs7Hh— Darren Mark Domirez (@domirexism) July 6, 2016
The "Pokemon GO" (0.29.0) game is free with micro transactions, but if you prefer to catch Pokemon even without unlocking your phone, you have to avail the $35 optional accessory, GameSpot wrote. This "Pokemon GO" accessory vibrates whenever a Pokemon is nearby. Orient yourself with this "Pokemon GO" article.
Addiotnally, "Pokemon GO" (0.29.0) already has an APK download file of the game moving in the wild and players can just set the region to a country availability. However, it is not recommended for players to download the APK since it may get a permanent ban from Niantic. For essential facts you will need to know, go to this link.
"Pokemon GO" (0.29.0) is quite different from an archetypal game in the series, TheBitBang added. Its players will be split into three groups -Red, Blue and Yellow. It is similar with the first three games since it attempts to catch Pokemon without combat and take over gyms. "Pokemon GO" (0.29.0) implements a tap-based system which is more user-friendly for mobile devices instead of turn-based battles.
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