Pokemon Go slowly becoming available in Europe
The Pokemon Go news keeps on rolling, as the game is slowly becoming available in various countries across Europe. After server issues have slowly been fixed, (which was the main reason Europe didn't get the game right away) Pokemon Go was first made available in Germany on Wednesday July 13th.
Yesterday, the official Pokemon Go Twitter account confirmed that the game was made available for download for the United Kingdom. Now, only a few hours ago, the game became available for download in Italy, Spain, and Portugal.
There's no word on when the game will be made available in other parts of Europe, but seeing how popular the app has become in the last week, it's a safe bet that it won't take to long before everyone in the world will be playing it.
Pokemon Go was first released last week in both Australia and New Zealand, before being made available in North America a day later.