‘Pokemon GO’ Latest News, Release Date & Update: Niantic Cancels Worldwide Launch? Game Faces Countless Technical Glitches?
Millions of fans went berserk when Niantic has finally unveiled the highly-anticipated "Pokemon GO" game. Though the most popular game is currently being enjoyed by some, other players from certain areas in the planet remains uncertain of when the game will be rolled out on their region.
Niantic needs help due to 'Pokemon GO' server glitches
The Bitbag reports that Niantic is not ready to roll out the "Pokemon GO" game in all parts of the world yet. Sources have claimed that the popular game is currently facing some major problems on its servers.
Recent reports are claiming that Niantic is currently looking for some people to help fix countless server problems that the "Pokemon GO" game has been encountering since its release. Aside from dealing with server problems, the game company is currently looking for people who can work on concurrent querying, indexing and aggregation of glitches due to several events that happen each day.
The Bitbag adds that "Pokemon GO" had not experienced any server glitches lately despite Niantic's dire need of someone who can help fix some technical quandaries. In other words, the game company could still be preparing in expanding the coverage of the game, which will be released worldwide sooner or later.
No worldwide release for 'Pokemon GO' game as of yet
Meanwhile, GamenGuide has previously reported that the worldwide release of the "Pokemon GO" could be facing several delays due to some reasons. Reports have it that Niantic has not yet added new servers for other regions.
Sources have it that Niantic is taking things slowly but surely as the company wants to ensure that no technical glitches will be encountered when it decides to release the "Pokemon GO" game in the other parts of the world.
In short, fans should expect that "Pokemon GO" will not be released worldwide as of yet. Hence, avid gamers who eagerly wants to play the game should extend their patience. Stay tuned more "Pokemon GO" news and updates!