Niantic’s long-awaited Harry Potter sequel to Pokemon Go will be released next year, however, fans of Harry Potter who will want their first taste of Hogwarts on mobile do not need to wait. Harry Potter will be in the Los Angeles-based mobile gaming studio, Jam City.
In association with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Jam City has got an approval to build a new mobile game, Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery that allows gamers build characters to their own choice and register in Hogwarts.
The new game won’t just let players register in Hogwarts, but also they’ll have to train their characters in all of the magical ways and extracurricular activities the school offers. If you want to become an auror then you’ll take Defence Against the Dark Arts.
Thinking about fighting skills? There is a Fighting Club feature that will enable gamers test their strength against each other. For fans of Slytherin’s favorite professor, potions classes are also available on the curriculum.
Jam City said majority of the heroic professors from the Harry Potter tales repeated their parts in the game — even Professor Dumbledore.
The companies have been pretty silent on the information about the game, which is heard to be ready in a period that pre-dates the occasions of the well-loved series of Harry Potter books written by J.K. Rowling.
Realeasing under Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s Portkey Games, a label devoted to building gaming experiences, infuenced by the wizarding realm of Harry Potter, players will experience the whole life as a Hogwarts student.
“It’s really an honour for Jam City to create a mobile game for one of the biggest and most legendary brands in history,” co-founder of Jam City,Chris DeWolfe mentioned in a statement. “also, we as fanatics of Harry Potter, we have huge respect for the millions of people all around the world who have been following the Harry Potter stories for the past 20 years. This game is a hardwork of love for our artists and developers, who are devoted to building the most magical entertainment and playing experience for all who loves J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World.”
For anyone who may be thinking about whether the writers would interfere with their beloved universe, he project was written by two able writers who were screened and approved by J.K. Rowling’s crew at The Blair Partnership.
Both Matthew London, writer of a series of scifi novels, “The 8th Continent” and tie-in books for many heroic series, and Allen Warner, the director of Stories at Jam City and ex-worker of DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation, have the technical skills to build a irresistible narrative.
“Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is a mobile gaming experience, inspiration by J.K. Rowling’s spell-binding lore, and it’ll be exciting and fun for fans to experience the Wizarding World,” President, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, David Haddad stated. “It is awesome working with Jam City on this game, the company has proven record of coming up with rich, all-loving worlds to players of mobile entertainment.”