In July 2016, AR game "Pok & montage Go" developed by Niantic Labs came online. Countless players overnight took Pok & e monute around the world with their cell phones.
"Pok mon Go" just over a month on the line, net revenue exceeded 200 million US dollars, as one of the partners of Nintendo, after that time the stock price is also flies - can be said that "Pok mon mon" The red burst, let the world see the potential of AR games.
A year later, Niantic LabsOfficially announcedAnother AR game adapted from popular IPs is under development. This time around, Niantic decided to work with the entertainment giant Warner Bros. They won the Harry Potter series and will work together to create an AR game that lets players use their magic to explore the real world against legendary monsters.
("Harry Potter: Wizard League," the first official poster)
The Harry Potter AR game named "Harry Potter: Wizards Unite" will be co-developed by Niantic Labs and Warner San Francisco studios. Niantic said the game will take full advantage of the Niantic platform and offer new gaming technologies and gaming mechanics.
Currently, there is no specific information about the specific gameplay and game screenings of the "Harry Potter: Wizard League"TechCrunchForecast game will be launched in 2018, landing Android and iOS platform.
(Fan homemade "Harry Potter Go" screenshots, Source:YouTube)
In fact, as early as last September, there wasrumorSaid Niantic will launch a similar Harry Potter theme AR game "Pok & mon Go", when more than 55,000 fans petitioned online, and even fans made the relevant game screenshots.
Perhaps, the success of the "Harry Potter: The Wizarding Union" is the best response Niantic Labs fans look forward to?
Picture source:Harry Potter Wiki