Niantic has announced that Pokémon GO is now available in 11 new countries and regions around the world, continuing the developer’s effort to give everyone the chance to play the augmented reality app.
That lets Trainers in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Macau, Macedonia, Mongolia, Serbia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan catch Pokémon by exploring their nearby area, with the app available on Google Play and iTunes.
“As you know, Pokémon GO is about blending gameplay and imagination with getting exercise and exploring the real world around you,” they had shared. “Apple Watch will add a seamless way to interact with the game through easy trackers, haptic notifications and quick taps to keep playing.
“Additionally, the Pokémon GO app for Apple Watch encourages workouts with summaries of your activity, which fits in nicely both with Niantic’s mission to get you moving as well as with the way many people already use their Apple Watch. Pokémon GO will come to Apple Watch later in the year so stay tuned.”