Harry Potter: 'Pokemon Go' style Wizards Unite mobile game to be released

Harry Potter: 'Pokemon Go' style Wizards Unite mobile game to be released

Harry Potter: 'Pokemon Go' style Wizards Unite mobile game to be released

Even if they do exist and attend secret schools of magic, we're obviously Muggles and there's no amount of hoping that will ever get us invited to Hogwarts.

Wizards Unite promises to be a more complex adventure than Pokemon Go.

According to Niantic, the game will eventually be released world, but the company has made a decision to go with a staged rollout, which is why Harry Potter: Wizards Unite will only be available in just two countries.

In a press conference outside Universal Studio's Wizarding World in Florida, Niantic announced plans to hold future Harry Potter: Wizards Unite events similar to its Pokemon Go Fests. The game was earlier released as a beta in Australia and New Zealand (but you could kinda play it outside those regions as well), and now, finally, it's going to start rolling out globally starting tomorrow.

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As you explore, your map will reveal the locations of magic Foundables.

Witches and wizards from across the globe must come together to solve the mystery of The Calamity, overcome the confounding chaotic magic that surrounds these "Foundables", and return them to their rightful place, keeping them safe from Muggle eyes. The more challenging the fight, the greater the reward with a rare Foundable. It's up to you to help investigate and contain The Calamity, to stop the exposure of the entire Wizarding World.

Hunting magical creates can take a lot out of you: So don't forget to replenish your Spell Energy by collecting food and drinks at inns, hidden among worldwide muggle venues.

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite comes to iOS and Android in the US and United Kingdom on Friday June 21, 2019.

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