Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, the follow-up to Pokemon Go from creators Niantic Labs, is now out there on iOS and Android cell AR units. The sport was initially slated for launch tomorrow, June 21, however seems to have began rolling out a day early in some territories. In California it was out there for obtain this morning.
Because it’s the identical developer and it’s primarily based on the identical underlying framework, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite shares lots in widespread with Pokemon Go. It’s a location-based AR cell sport which suggests you stroll round in actual life and your character strikes round a stylized model of Google Maps. Landmarks and key spots in cities are locations the place you may decide up objects and you’ll want to cope with creatures and anomolies round the true world to revive order by tracing symbols on the display screen to forged spells. You’ll be able to learn extra concerning the particulars in a breakdown we revealed earlier this yr right here.
If you’re simply beginning out like me and need to add some pals to your account (which is probably going a core sport mechanic for XP boosts and multiplayer content material, just like Pokemon Go) then be happy so as to add my pal ID (0133 9183 1557) which I’ve already posted publicly on Twitter.
One among our freelance contributors, Harry Baker, wasn’t an enormous fan of the early beta he tried in Australia, however proceed to maintain you updates on our ideas as we get deeper and because the sport evolves over time. I’m a fairly big Potterhead (and devoted Ravenclaw, the perfect home) so I plan on enjoying this excess of I ever did Pokemon Go.
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