Harry Potter: Wizards Unite Gets 2019 Release Window

Donna Miller
November 15, 2018

Details have been few and far between over the previous year, though the title was expected to release sometime in 2018.

"Harry Potter: Wizards Unite will reveal that magic is all around us, and allow players to be a part of Harry Potter's rich world, through Niantic's AR + real-world mobile game platform and the franchise expertise of WB Games San Francisco's development and publishing team". The trailer features a woman casting a spell to catch a snitch, then leaving a promotional poster for the game on a wall before disappearing.

"Traces of magic are appearing across the Muggle world without warning and in a rather chaotic manner", the site reads. The threat on the Wizarding World is now only known as the Calamity; no doubt players will be roving the streets using their mobile devices as wands to cast spells, fight off fantastic beasts, and discover what the Calamity really is.

Niantic Inc, the developers of the popular Pokémon GO mobile game, have announced the release window for their new title today. But the good news is that more time means a better game and we have a trailer to help pass the time. Though, the real-world setting and AR (augmented reality) technology should mean that these two mysterious Harry Potter games feel a lot different to play.

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Will you be playing Wizards Unite upon release next year?

The teaser trailer may be brief, but even the logo for the game provides some additional hints at what fans can expect. "Brush up on your spells, get your wand ready, and enlist immediately".

We'll be sure to keep you updated on all news regarding Harry Potter: Wizards Unite as soon as more information becomes available.

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