Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is set to launch some time in 2018. Here's everything you need to know! Harry Potter fans are getting a slew of new games on console and mobile starting this year, since Warner Bros. and its subsidiary, PortKey Games, makes a push with Harry Potter content. Show More Summary
In addition to a "Pokemon GO but for Harry Potter" with the upcoming Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, Jam City also has a new Harry Potter game in the works which they initially announced back in December called Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery. It's a story-driven RPG where you'll create a character who attends Hogwarts School of
Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is shaping up to one of the most personal games in the Wizarding World yet. The year of 2018 already has a lot of promise for Harry Potter fans. In addition to Niantic's Harry Potter: Wizards Unite AR game...Show More Summary
Pokemon GO might get its lunch eaten by Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, which will probably be the only other viable mobile AR/location game on the market.
Prepare to return to the world of Harry Potter in ways never experienced. The makers of the popular augmented reality game, Pokémon Go, have announced that the Harry Potter: Wizards Unite will be released sometime in the second half of 2018. John Hanke, CEO of Niantic recently spoke with ft.com and talked about the experience they gained […]
Hot on the mystic heels of Niantic's AR title Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, a second mobile game starring the cherubic master of the Dark Arts has been announced by Warner Bros. J.K Rowling-specific label, Portkey Games.Harry Potter:Show More Summary
Time to start training your ice-based Pokémon. Niantic sure has been slacking off lately. Shortly after announcing its new Harry Potter: Wizards Unite AR game, the company then unveiled that a complete overhaul would be coming to Ingress in 2018. Show More Summary
A $170 million increase compared to Niantic's Series A funding. Niantic, the developer behind Pokémon Go and the upcoming Harry Potter: Wizards United AR games, has reportedly completed a Series B funding campaign in which it successfully raised $200 million. Show More Summary
It was recently revealed that Niantic is working on Harry Potter: Wizards Unite for mobile devices. This lead some fans to worry that Pokemon GO was going to be shelved in favor of the new project. Niantic has taken to their blog toShow More Summary
The news that Niantic is developing Harry Potter: Wizards Unite made many, many fans of the franchise very happy but also made Pokemon GO [Free] players nervous. Many Pokemon GO players started complaining that the game is still lacking many of the promised features (trading, etc) and felt that the Wizards Unite announcement meant that
Niantic and Warner Bros. have announced the development of Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, an augmented reality (AR) mobile game inspired by J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World. Published by Niantic and co-developed by Niantic and Warner Bros. Show More Summary
Pokemon GO players have been worried Niantic will ditch the game once Harry Potter: Wizards: Unite is released, but the developer says that isn't the case.
Niantic Labs is setting its sights on the wizarding world for its next AR project, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. If the prospect of Pokémon Go excited you, save for, say, the Pokémon part, now might be your chance to join in on the excitement. Show More Summary
We actually recorded this podcast on Wednesday, as I'm in Jordan right now to serve as a judge for the Middle East / North Africa International Mobile Gaming Awards (say that five times fast). That being said, we recorded this before there were any details about Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, and I totally nailed it!
Wandering around in a world of Harry Potter Niantic and Warner Bros. are joining forces to develop a new augmented reality Harry Potter game. The two companies will unite under the Portkey Games label and the game itself will be based on state-of-the-art AR mobile technology that Niantic is renowned for. Show More Summary
Niantic Labs recently announced that there is a new mobile game in the works for fans of Harry Potter called Wizards Unite. This news put glittery stars in the eyes of Harry Potter fans, but not so much for fans of Niantic's other popular game, Pokemon Go.
All aboard the hype train to Hogwarts! Niantic, the wizards behind Pokémon Go, are working their magic to bring us Harry Potter in the real world. Like Pokémon Go, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite will be an augmented reality game — you’ll...Show More Summary
'Pokemon Go' developer Niantic and Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment are teaming up to make a “Harry Potter” augmented reality mobile game called “Harry Potter: Wizards Unite."
Pokemon GO developer Niantic is making Harry Potter; Wizards Unite next. But fans are worried that GO will suffer as a result.
Niantic Labs, who you know from smartphones titles such Ingress and Pokemon Go, have their next project lined up and it could be another big one. This time, Niantic is focusing their augmented reality skillset on JK Rowling’s Wizarding World with the creation of Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. Show More Summary