Pokemon Go global rollout temporarily paused after servers hit capacity limit
Following the rollout to various countries, Niantic Labs is temporarily halting the spread of Pokemon Go to allow the company to add more servers.
After an initial release in Japan, Australia, and New Zealand, developer Niantic Labs hit its first speedbump when the new smartphone game it the US. Users there have reported problems signing up, and playing, as perspective Pokemon Masters flocked to try out the hot new trend. Niantic tweeted saying they’re adding more servers for the game, following which the game will then release in more countries
In case you’ve been living under a rock, Pokemon Go is a new augmented Reality game from Niantic Labs, in partnership with Nintendo. Players discover and capture Pokemon by exploring real world locations, and then train and battle to “Be the very best, that no one ever was.”
Players already online in the US, Australia, and New Zealand. can still play, while other countries like UK (the next on the release list), will have to wait.
There’s no word yet on when the global rollout will resume, so keep your fingers crossed and stay tuned.
Source : dnaindia