Can lightning strike twice? Pokemon Go creators launch Harry Potter game

Can lightning strike twice? Pokemon Go creators launch Harry Potter game

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As written in the description by Breaking Australia: Pokemon Go creators launch augmented reality game Harry Potter: Wizards Unite  The makers of the hit mobile game Pokemon Go have released a new augmented reality adventure that allows players to be part of the wizarding world. Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is inspired by J.K. Rowling’s series of “Potterverse” stories, however the author was not directly involved in the creation of the game. The game was beta tested in Australia and New Zealand and will launch worldwide on Friday, June 21. Here’s what you need to know.How do you play? Unlike Pokemon Go where the aim was to catch creatures and battle in arenas (which were responsible for those large crowds of people on their phones you probably saw), Wizards Unite has a narrative. You start as a new recruit for the Ministry of Magic’s Statute of Secrecy Task Force to investigate “The Calamity”, a mysterious force causing magical things to appear before Muggles (non-magical people). The aim is use spells and potions to return the magical items, known as “foundables”, to stop the wizarding world from being exposed. Like Pokemon Go, players have to travel to real-world locations to fully experience the game. External Link: Harry Potter: Wizards Unite trailer   Where does this fit into the Potterverse timeline? Wizards Unite combines elements from the original Harry Potter series and the Fantastic Beasts films. Promotional material for the game has included shots of Harry Potter in his Quidditch uniform, Ron Weasley, and Hagrid with Buckbeak. — so it’s likely the story centres around the timeline of the books. Teasers have also included shots of Death Eaters and Dementors.I’m a Ravenclaw — will this mean anything in the game? You’ll still get to be in a House but school rivalry is out the window — Wizards Unite is about coming together to fight The Calamity. In order to do this you need to get a job as an Auror, Professor or Magizoologist. Each job is tied to a set of skills that you develop as you play.   I’m a parent — should I let my kid play this? Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is free to download and play but there are in-game purchases that help speed up your progess. The purchases range from $1.49 for a handful of gold to $159.99 to buy a vault of gold — so if your child does play, be mindful if the account is linked to a credit card. Apple’s App Store recommends the game be played by children over the age of 9, and that it contains infrequent/mild cartoon or fantasy violence.  Android gives the app a PG rating. Similar to Pokemon Go, players should be aware of their surroundings at all times.  Will it be as successful as Pokemon Go? Pokemon Go has been downloaded more than 1 billion times since its launch in July 6, 2016. It set the Guinness World Record for the most downloaded mobile game in its first month — 130 million. That’s a high bar for Wizards Unite to reach but the devotion of Harry Potter fans could give it a fighting chance.Latest addition to the Potter phenomena The game is based

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