Following its release in New Zealand, Pokmon Go developer Niantic’s latest game, Harry Potter Wizards Unite, is available in Australia and New Zealand for everyone. It is only a beta at this point, so you should anticipate some bugs and missing features, however, it provides a very good look at what to expect from what could become the next mobile game. GameSpot explored downtown Sydney today with Wizards Unite. We joined a House, constructed a wand, and battled monsters in the augmented reality game. You are able to check out around fifteen minutes of gameplay footage from the video embedded over.
There’s no word as of yet seeing when wizards unite will release in the USA or other portions of the world. It is typical for large games to get their soft launching in Australia and New Zealand as a test of sorts before a release around the globe. Wizards Unite is a free-to-play game encouraged by microtransactions. You are able to spend money to purchase Gold, which may be spent on time savers and many more. For more on the game’s microtransactions, check out GameSpot’s breakdown below. Harry Potter: Wizards Unite was originally scheduled to launch in 2018 before being delayed to this year. You may Learn more about the title in our hands-on impressions, and Android users may pre-sign up for it on google play. There is not any word as of yet seeing when the last game will be available around the globe.