Pokémon fans can now get their hands on Pokémon Go, a so-called “augmented reality” game that lets players find, battle and capture the imaginary creatures in the real world.
The game is available for download for iPhone users here and here for the Android crowd. However, it should be noted that some users are reporting the game isn’t quite working just yet. Nintendo, which made Pokémon Go in collaboration with The Pokémon Company and Niantic, has yet to officially launch the game in the U.S.
Still, that the game is now ready for download suggests the much-awaited title could see a full launch any day now. Get your Pokéballs ready, people.
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