By Kim Soe-ho / Staff ReporterMongolian Pokémon players have had a rough time in the wild this week.
The world’s first Pokémon GO game, launched on Thursday, has suffered a series of bugs and glitches that have led to a total outage for nearly four days, according to the Pokémon GO team.
Pokémon GO, a collaboration between Nintendo Co. Ltd.
and Niantic Inc., is a virtual petting zoo for Pokémon players that has been a hit with the online market.
The game, which has sold over 10 million copies in the U.S. and China, features a world where the players can hunt and capture wild Pokémon.
The game has also been praised for its graphics, animations and content, and many have been critical of the company’s decision to keep the game exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS platform.
The team has been working on a new update, which is due out this week, and is expected to address several of the issues.
Pokémon GO is not the only issue plaguing Pokémon GO players.
A new bug has been discovered and fixed in the game, but the Pokémon Go team said it is still a work in progress and the team is currently working on an update.
Pokémon Go is a collaboration among Nintendo, Niantick Inc., and Pokémon.
It was developed by Nintendo and Naughty Dog and released in November 2016.
Players can purchase Pokémon GO in the App Store, Google Play and the PlayStation Store for $0.99.