As of right now, Pokemon Go is out in Australia, New Zealand and the USA. Niantic had to halt the release of the game in other countries thanks to the servers being down for its launch week. Now it looks like other countries are finally going to get a chance to experience the craze.
As reported by The Wall Street Journal, Pokemon Go will be out in Europe, UK and Japan in the next few days. They mention they got this information from “people familiar with plans for the game“. It looks like Niantic is now confident that the game’s servers will hold up with more countries being added.
The debut week for the game has been massive even though it’s not available everywhere at the moment. Since it came out in USA, Australia and New Zealand, virtually everyone has been playing it. It doesn’t matter how old you are, many people from all backgrounds have started playing it.
The servers have been somewhat patchy, but nothing too serious. They usually go down for a while, but eventually come back up. Niantic halted the worldwide release for the game in order to fix the servers. Hopefully when it rolls out in other countries, everything will be fine.