Pokemon Go's Servers Are Down Once Again

Pokemon GO Server Issues

The Pokemon Go servers are back at it once again, crashing shortly after the game's launch in most of Europe. Niantic Labs launched the game in 26 countries today, but the influx of new players seemed to be too much for the popular mobile app to handle.

Pokemon Go has been plagued with server issues since the game first launched in Australia and the United States last week. After four consecutive days of server crashes, the game finally seemed to stabilize. However, problems re-emerged yesterday when the game's tracking system (which help players find Pokemon) went down.

Niantic's CEO John Hanke mentioned in an interview with Forbes Magazine that they are working on upping their server capacity before launching Pokemon Go in Japan.

Hopefully, this server crash will be a short one as millions are hoping to spend their weekend catching Pokemon.