A recent report has confirmed that the Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, which is the newest augmented reality game created by Niantic Labs is now out in the market for both iOS and Android in the US. The game has been made available a day before then it was estimated to be launched in the country. Niantic Labs has developed Harry Potter: Wizards Unite pretty much similar to the Pokémon Go in which players will be asked to traverse a virtual map overlaid on the real world and collect magical artifacts.
Earlier Niantic along with its partner Portkey Games announced that the Harry Potter: Wizards Unite would be available on Friday, June 21st in the US and the UK, but the game was made available a day earlier than the announced date. Portkey Games is the new subsidiary of Warner Bros. Games which is dedicated to the .K. Rowling franchise.
Though the company mentioned that the game would be launched in both the US and UK markets, there are no reports whether the game is available in the UK. Besides this, one thing is sure that the US users won’t face issue downloading the game from App Store and Play Store.
Harry Potter: Wizards Unite
“The worldwide launch of Harry Potter: Wizards Unite begins this Friday, June 21! Keep your eyes peeled, and wand ready for more information as the game goes live in your region soon. #WizardsUnite”
In May, the developers launched the beta version of Harry Potter: Wizards Unite in Australia and New Zealand. Following the launch, the Australia and New Zealand market became the first to put their hands on the game. But today onwards it seems that the people in the US will also get their hands on the game and that too a day before the promised date.