pokemon goEarlier this week we reported that Pokemon GO’s international rollout had been halted. The game had made its way to the US, Australia, and New Zealand, and it was supposed to continue making its way to Asia and Europe but due to server issues, it forced the developers to halt the rollout until it could be sorted.

The good news is that it looks like the rollout has resumed. In a tweet by the official Pokemon GO account, it announced the Europe rollout of the game had resumed and that the first country in Europe to get the game would be Germany. “We are happy to announce that #PokemonGO is available to Trainers in Germany. Follow us to receive future announcements.”

Assuming that the server issues have since been addressed, we can only assume that the rollout to other parts of Europe shouldn’t be too far behind, although we can’t be sure of when exactly the rollout will reach the rest of the world. Last we heard, they were aiming for a worldwide release before the end of the month.

In the meantime it has been suggested that spoofing your location is a bad idea. We know that many gamers are impatient due to the game’s hype and popularity, but we reckon you guys shouldn’t have to wait much longer.

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