Currently, Pokémon Go is only (officially) available in the App Store and Google Play Store for users in Australia, New Zealand and possibly Japan. The game is developer by Niantic with support from The Pokemon Company and Nintendo.
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Niantic itself has given hints that the release of "Pokemon GO" is just around the corner. However, microtransactions for Pokeballs, eggs, and other boosts in the game range from NZ$1.49 to NZ$150. The app appeared in the Google Play Store last night and seemed to be region locked everywhere except New Zealand and Australia. It should be noted that while the game is free, there will be in-app purchases where players can purchase PokeCoins, so depending on your playstyle, you may or may not end up spending a lot of money. This augmented reality mobile game will be available in the United States soon.
Pokemon GO may not be out today, but fans should take hope knowing the game will be released in a matter of weeks and not months. Once you're done, you can go in to the world and start capturing Pokemon.
The app is free to download but does contain microtransactions costing U.S. $0.99 to USA $99.99.
Pokemon Go does not explain exactly how to catch more Pokemon. If you don't have one, you can sign up for a Pokemon Trainer Club account, which has a monthly subscription that may offer download codes. "Pokemon GO" (0.29.0) implements a tap-based system which is more user-friendly for mobile devices instead of turn-based battles. The option does not close the game, and it continues tracking the distance travelled by the players and nearby Pokemon.