Registration for the Pokemon GO Field Test is now open to those in the U.S., giving even more people a chance to try capturing and battling Pokemon in the real world before the game's full launch.

Pokemon GO field test sign ups now open in the U.S.

Previously, the Field Test was only available for those in Australia and New Zealand. However, if you happen to call the U.S. home, you can head to the Pokemon GO website to sign up for a chance to test the game ahead of launch.

During sign up, you'll have to provide a Google email address along with which OS — Android or iOS — you'll be testing the game on. If you previously played Niantic's other augmented reality game, Ingress, you can also enter your agent name and level.

Do be aware that there is a confidentiality stipulation for those participating in the test, meaning you won't be allowed to share content from the test. That said, we have seen a couple of instances of gameplay footage leaking out in the past, and it's likely that will continue as the game makes its way into more hands.

Are you planning to sign up for a shot to test Pokemon GO? If so let us know in the comments what you're most looking forward to!

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