‘Pokémon Go’ Release Date, News & Update: Gamers From United States, Europe To Try Beta Version Next? Watch New ‘Pokémon Go’ Beta Footage Here [VIDEO]

By Nica Virtudazo, Parent Herald May 03, 01:53 am
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Several fans are now excited to experience the upcoming "Pokémon Go" game. Now, new reports are claiming that a "Pokémon Go" footage was released while a beta testing is being conducted in Australia and New Zealand.

New 'Pokémon Go' footage emerges, reveals beta version features

Many were shocked when a lucky player from Australia uploaded some footage from the "Pokémon Go" beta testing program earlier this week. The most-recent update of the highly-anticipated forthcoming free-to-play mobile game featured the character creation proceed and actual gameplay in a 10-minute clip.

This is not the first "Pokémon Go" clip that emerged lately. As a matter of fact, a previous video of the much-awaited game from The Pokémon Company and Niantic has already been deleted after thousand gamers were able to watch it.

Set to be launched this year, "Pokémon Go" has already been released in Japan, Australia and New Zealand for the beta testing. The beta testing will soon be made available to other countries such as United States and Europe.

Niantic lets Japan, Australia, New Zealand gamers try 'Pokémon Go' beta

Game developer of the "Pokémon Go" game has already let gamers from Japan, New Zealand and Australia try the beta version of the upcoming mobile game. For players in the United States and Europe, Niantic will choose lucky gamers to try the "Pokémon Go" beta version based on the following criteria: 1) real-world games experience; 2) OS type and 3) element of luck.

Each player should first sign up on the official website of Niantic before the "Pokémon Go" developer sends out invitations.  After passing the screening, lucky players will then be emailed and instructed what to do next before they can play the beta version of the game.

To download the game, "Pokémon Go" players should need one valid Google account and an Android or iOS-runned device. Additionally, fortunate gamers will need to sign a waiver to prevent them for leaking details about the upcoming "Pokémon Go" game.

When do you think should Niantic and The Pokémon Company release the "Pokémon Go" game? What are your thoughts about beta version players leaking details about the yet to be released "Pokémon Go" game? Share to us your thoughts in the comment section below.

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