Pokemon GO Down? Check Server Status

Are Pokemon GO servers currently down? The immensely popular augmented reality Pokemon game has been a tremendous success since its release back in 2016. Being such a smashing hit with widespread popularity across the globe, the game’s developers Niantic need to keep servers up 24/7. But sometimes, servers can be offline for various reasons. In this article, you’ll find the latest information about the Pokemon GO server status, outages, maintenance, and more.

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Pokemon GO Down? Check Server Status
Pokemon GO Server Status

Are Pokemon GO Servers Down?

At the time of writing, Pokemon GO servers are up and running. However, they can go offline for various reasons. If there is some scheduled maintenance, developers will need to bring the servers down while performing the maintenance. If there are some critical game-breaking bugs that require urgent fixing, Pokemon GO will also need to go offline while the issue is being fixed. Big regular updates also require a downtime period while they are being deployed. Of course, there are numerous other reasons that might lead to server outages. Whenever there’s an issue, we will make sure to update the article with the latest information.

How to Check Pokemon GO Server Status

The best place to check the Pokemon GO server status is the app itself. When you try to start the game, if something is off, you’ll most likely receive a message saying “We are working to resolve the issue,” from the developers. The official Pokémon Go Twitter account is also a great place to stay informed about all the latest issues plaguing the game. The Niantic Support Twitter account is another place you should follow. This account will always have the latest details about updates, outages, and any scheduled maintenance. Finally, you can always come back here, as we will make sure to regularly update the article whenever there are some server issues.

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