The latest version of Pokemon Go, the mobile game developed by Niantic, is coming to Android and iPhone in the next few weeks, Nintendo said today.
Nintendo said it will also be releasing a Pokemon Go game on the Wii U console in Japan.
The app will be available to download for free on Google Play for Android and Apple’s App Store in Europe and Australia.
It will be on sale for a similar price for iOS users in those countries.
The game is a cross-platform free-to-play game that allows players to hunt monsters, collect rare items, and battle them in a virtual world.
Nintendo’s game will be free- to-play on both iOS and Android devices, Nintendo explained in a blog post today.
It can be played on both devices simultaneously.
Nintendo added that players can download the game for free from the app store or the Google Play Store.
Nintendo is offering up to 10 hours of Pokemon experience per day for Pokemon Go players in its beta program.
The app will have new features to help players experience the game, such as “a Pokemon Go hub for friends and family,” and more, Nintendo told The Associated Press.