An updated reports on Pokemon Go release date for the UK and the rest of international market has been confirmed, and Niantic were forced to delay the planned launch in Europe and the UK due to server problems in other areas of the world.
It seems that this problems have been fixed as Pokemon Go heads to be ready for a full international release.
Pokemon Go release date for UK has been set for coming days, putting it in line with the rest of the world, according to new reports.
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Pokemon Go app is playable in the US, New Zealand, and Australia and remains unavailable to download from Google Play Store and Apple iTunes in the UK.
Niantic had confirmed earlier that Pokemon Go release date in the UK, as well as othe rcountries around the world was set to start in a few days ahead.
But this has now been changed and the official Pokemon Go release date for the UK and EU will moved further in the future.
Niantic president John Hanke confirmed the Pokemon Go UK rollout has been halted temporarily, because of the fact that the game has been hit by server issues mostly in place in United States but Hanke believes that the game proven more popular than they first predicted.
The official Pokemon Go Twitter account gave an update on its server issues.
Despite of the issues and its delay on release date, surely UK Pokemon Go fans still remains hopeful with the app’s upcoming launch.