Harry Potter AR mobile game is now available in Malaysia

Alonzo Simpson
June 26, 2019

Wizards Unite, Niantic's follow-up to the smash hit augmented reality game Pokémon GO, is finally available to gamers in the US following extensive testing in Australia and New Zealand.

Wizards Unite is now available to download and play in 130 countries, and it's off to a pretty good start, at least judging by the critical reaction which has largely praised how well the game incorporates the use of augmented reality. This title was announced by WB Games San Francisco and Niantic back in early November 2017 and draws inspiration from Pokemon Go and Ingress.

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is now a featured game in Apple's App Store, which will ensure that the game continues to be downloaded heavily.

At the article's time of writing, the game was ranked 102 for the United States iPhone earning charts and ranked 48 in the U.K. The game is based on the same augmented reality concept of Pokemon GO and Ingress.

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The games was downloaded over 400,000 times in the USA and the United Kingdom on the first day of its release, generating revenues of $300,000. At this point after its launch, the Sensor Tower data also shows the Pokemon Go was still No. 1 in the U.S. on the iOS App Store top-grossing chart, and it had also generated about $2 million in spending from players.

Initially, Wizards Unite launched in the US and United Kingdom, but worldwide fans didn't have to wait for long because Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is now officially live in 130 countries.

Of course, no mobile game app is complete without any in-game item purchases and you can find plenty of them.

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