The title, from the creators of Pokémon GO, will seek to repeat its predecessor’s success by using augmented reality, among other mechanics. The wait is over. Harry Potter: Wizards Unite will be launched worldwide for iOS and Android on June 21. After a long period of development, beta phases, and small delays, there are no server problems on their way out; the new title of Niantic, parents of Pokémon GO, will begin its adventure in the Muggle world this Friday.
Three years after the biggest phenomenon of digital entertainment of the decade, capable of billing more than two million dollars a day in full 2019, the pocket critters will have to live with this bet of wizards and wizards developed by Niantic in collaboration with WB Games San Francisco.
The title will transfer the universe of JK Rowling to augmented reality, designing a virtual world where geolocation will serve to place the user at a specific point on the map. Elements of the role world as personalization and improvement of abilities, levels, and spells; In addition, elements from the Fantastic Animals films will also be included.
Different magical professions will specialize in, such as aurors, magizoologists, and teachers. The total number of magic creatures has not yet been confirmed. Still, there will be magical challenges, and multiplayer battles in real-time against an enemy like Death Eaters and werewolves.
Harry Potter: Wizards Unite will be free to play, a free business model but with microtransactions, an aspect to keep in mind for all those minors who have thought of playing without the supervision of an adult. You can consult more information through this link. Harry Potter: Wizards Unite will be available for download on the App Store (iOS), Google Play (Android), and Samsung Galaxy Store.