Pokemon Go Creators Are Developing A Harry Potter Game

Pokemon Go Creators Are Developing A Harry Potter Game

Pokemon Go Creators Are Developing A Harry Potter Game

Interactive Entertainment are teaming up to develop Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, an augmented reality mobile game inspired by Rowling's Wizarding World.

For now, there aren't any additional details about the new Harry Potter game, based on J.K. Rowling's popular book series and the Warner Bros. movies. It does state that the game is co-developed by Warner Bros. Interactive through its new subsidiary, the appropriately named Portkey Games.

Wizards Unite, this AR game is said to release sometime in 2018. Now the game is official, thanks to an announcement via TechCrunch.

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By what both companies have to say, it seems they are as exciting and passionate about the wizarding world as the millions of Harry Potter fans worldwide.

Niantic has announced its follow-up to Pokémon Go, and it's going to make wannabe Hogwarts students everywhere very happy. They use Augmented Reality to overlay graphics on real-world locations, encouraging players to walk their neighborhood to reveal new secrets. Stay tuned to our social channels for updates as we work to bring this game to life. Tech Crunch notes that "it sounds like there will be significant influence" from Ingress on Wizards Unite, citing the host of mechanics in place and the wealth of Global Positioning System data built up by Niantic's previous titles. Wizards Unite, puts you in the role of a wizard in the world of Harry Potter, letting you wander around and learn magic in the process. At this stage, it sounds like we're just beginning to build hype rather than get you ready to cast that first spell.

Personally, I expectum disappointus due largely to my own unpleasant experiences playing Pokemon Go, but I also hope I'm wrong.

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