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'Pokemon Go' developer announces 'Harry Potter' AR game in the works

13 Novembre 2017

Niantic is promisingPokemon Go players that they won't abandon the game after the release of their new Harry Potter game. According to the Niantic blog post, they are definitely not going to shut down Pokemon Go.

Warner Bros. provided a brief explanation on why they chose to name the label Portkey Games, and it is because portkeys were used in Harry Potter to help wizards travel from one place to another in no time. Interactive Entertainment and WB Games San Francisco's development team on the project.

"W are 100% committed to creating an ever-changing and growing game", Niantic said.

The developer released a statement on its website today reassuring fans that, even though Niantic is excited to be working on Wizards Unite, Pokemon Go will still be receiving updates and improvements.

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Niantic plans to start talking about "upcoming improvements to certain features" in Pokemon Go this week, so keep checking back for more.

Rumors about a possible "Harry Potter" augmented reality game began circulating in July previous year, but they were immediately denied.

Niantic also added that players will get to experience J.K. Rowling's wizarding world.

Niantic didn't reveal exactly what new features will be coming to Pokemon GO in 2018, but many fans are hoping that next year will finally bring long-requested features like Pokemon trading and PvP battles to the game. Gamers will be able to learn spells and look around in their neighborhood to discover, team up with other wizards or witches to fight legendary monsters from the Harry Potter world. That makes a lot of sense because the Harry Potter series sold 555 million copies, and for that reason, there were many video games based off of Harry Potter. Subscribe to UltraGamerZ for updates about Harry Potter Wizards Unite. EA, Sony, Microsoft, and Lego made Harry Potter games.

'Pokemon Go' developer announces 'Harry Potter' AR game in the works