Pokemon Go Available In 26 New European Countries



The Pokemania continues to spread, despite the very users who already have the game for days. And, Nintendo-Niantic servers being used for Pokémon Go are clearly insufficient in other some countries. Meanwhile, the expansion continues, Pokémon Go arrived yesterday to 26 new countries even though the servers are still not make the cut, which is causing many users discontent and anger of those who fail to make progress.

It’s getting very difficult to reach significant levels due to the poor state of the servers. In fact, it is best that once you’re inside, not out. However, they are repeated occasions where the game fails to capture a Pokémon and forces you to close, at least in its version for iOS. Therefore, it is recommended, it is playing hours in which the young audience of the application is not available, early morning or late at night.

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.

Increasingly interesting Pokémon that they appear, and now in these 26 new countries will enjoy fully affordably. Meanwhile, Niantic and Nintendo should consider expanding their servers to accommodate the more than 21 million daily active users are there Pokémon Go and have pushed up the shares of Nintendo about 80%.

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