Warner Bros. Games and NetEase have announced that they have opened up pre-registration for Harry Potter: Magic Awakened. Players in the Americas, Europe, and Oceania have been invited to pre-register on Google Play and the game’s official website. Pre-registrants will be notified upon the game’s release and receive exclusive in-game rewards at launch. The title will debut on iOS and Android in 2022.
If you do not already know this, the game has already launched in China and had a positive reception so far.
Experience the world of Harry Potter like never before
The game starts with the player attending the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. In the fantastical world of Hogwarts, the player will be part of a lot of thrilling adventures. There are various game modes available from multiplayer duels to real-time matches.
Players will be able to browse the dazzling shops of Diagon Alley, solve mysteries as they roam the school halls, play Quidditch, dance at the Ball and explore the Forbidden Forest, and many other things in this new card collection and role-playing game.
Harry Potter: Magic Awakened pre-registration details
The game offers all the fun and thrill of the Harry Potter universe. The dark canopies of the forbidden forest are available for players to explore where they can gather rare ingredients. These ingredients can be used to make potions and use them to restore life and sharpen senses. The most popular sport of the universe, Quidditch can be experienced in co-op mode where players can enter the field along with their friends.
Players will be able to tame mythical creatures like the hippogriff and fight hordes of gnomes. The most exciting feature is no doubt the Sorting Hat Ceremony which is available as soon as a player enters the game. Interested players can pre-register on Google Play Store. iOS players will have to wait a bit for the game’s release.
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