Pokémon Go creators announce new Harry Potter game

Report Pokemon GO Creator Working On Harry Potter Wizards Unite

Last year, Niantic introduced Pokémon GO, an augmented reality (AR) game for Android and iOS that let players walk around town catching Pokémon.

Niantic Labs achieved a insane amount of success with Pokemon Go, their augmented reality mobile game based on the popular videogame series.

According to TechCrunch, the game will be co-developed by Warner Bros.

There is actually a collection of Pokemon games on mobile now.

"Harry Potter Wizards Unite" is only described as a "mobile" game; it's likely to come to both iPhone and Android, as previous Niantic games have. We'll update when they respond. Interactive, David Haddad, has advised that he is thrilled by the new launch and is looking forward to the games that will be released.

At the very least, we know the game will be magical and have AR elements, which is honestly enough of a pull to entice most Harry Potter fans.

While there isn't a lot of other information about the game, hopefully it'll be better than Pokemon Go, with more content.

Just what the game is set to look like remains to be seen but we're promised more details in 2018. Have a peek at The Diagon Alley for Reddit's premiere deep-dive community made for Harry Potter: Wizards Unite.

However, it is easy to speculate that the game will require players to assume the role of wizards living in our humble muggle world. Interactive, called Portkey Games.

What is Harry Potter: Wizards Unite? Like Pokémon Go, Wizards Unite will be a location-based, augmented-reality (AR) mobile game, so get those cellphone batteries ready, nerds!

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