Pokemon GO Goes Live In Central And South America – More Updates Incoming

Uzair Ghani
Posted Aug 4, 2016
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Pokemon GO is officially available for download in Central and South America. Niantic also announced more updates are incoming for the game.

Pokemon GO Unleashed In Central And South America – More Updates Pegged For The Future

Niantic officially announced today that Pokemon GO is available to download in Central and South America. The game is available for both iOS and Android users, as usual.

The complete announcement from Niantic on their Facebook page is as follows:

Trainers,

We are excited to share a few more details with you regarding Pokémon GO:

– Central and South America – Break out the sneakers and Poké Balls, and get ready to explore the world around you. We are excited to officially be putting Pokémon GO in the hands of our Latin American fans, visitors, and the Olympic athletes in Rio!

– We have been hearing the feedback loud and clear about the removal of the Battery Saver mode on iOS devices. We had removed this feature as several users were experiencing it to be buggy, but we are fairly confident that a fix for this should roll out within the next several days.

– A few of our Legendary Pokémon had erroneously been granted to some Trainers. Thanks to the help of several of our Trainers, we were able to locate them and bring them home safely.

We have been working long hours to fix many other bugs and bring some exciting new features to Pokémon GO in the future. However, next up for us is the continued roll-out of Pokémon GO to more countries around the world.

As always, be safe, be nice to your fellow trainers, and keep on exploring.

The Pokémon GO team

Where To Download Pokemon GO From

As mentioned above, Pokemon GO is available to download on both iOS and Android. Simply tap on the links below to initiate the download immediately.

Pokemon GO 1.15.0 and 0.45.0 for iOS, Android Released with New Features, Gym Rules

Important Links To Check Out:

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