Pokémon fans are in for a treat as almost nine full minutes of "Pokémon Go" gameplay footage has leaked online. 

The video comes from YouTube user Darkathion, who says the video is intended for people who've been accepted into the "Pokémon Go" beta and is "not to be watched by others." While the intentions are good it won't really stop people from watching the beta footage.

In the video we see some character customization, real world locations where the player can sneak up on Pokémon and we see the character exploring the map and we also see the player capturing wild Pokémon such as Vulpix, Eevee, Meowth and more. Furthermore, we also see an egg hatching and what looks like a battle system. Check out the full video below.

Nintendo or Niantic hasn't let many details out regarding the mobile game. The original plan was to have more details revealed at GDC 2016 back in March, however, the developer pulled out so they could focus on getting the product ready for the beta test and launch, reports IGN.

The game is currently in its beta, or field test, in Australia and New Zealand, which is more than likely where the new footage comes from. 

"Pokémon Go" is an upcoming augmented-reality game developed by Niantic for mobile users. The game will be available for iOS and Android devices when it arrives. The game will launch alongside "Pokémon Go Plus," which is a small wearable device developed by Nintendo that uses a Bluetooth connection to notify users when a Pokémon is nearby with an LED and a light rumble.

The game will bring Pokémon into the real world allowing players to capture, battle, train and trade virtual Pokémon who appear in your location. The game will be free-to-play and will support in-app purchases.