Harry Potter: Wizards United, Developer Niantic’s augmented reality mobile game based on JK Rowling’s magical world will be closed on January 31, 2022. Niantic Announce game closure Harry Potter: Wizards United website, And assure players that they will get a narrative conclusion-Harry Potter and Hermione Granger will end the disaster in the game before Wizards United closure.
Niantic says it will delete Harry Potter: Wizards United Download from Apple App Store, Google Play Store and Galaxy Store on December 6. It will also end in-game purchases on that date.
Harry Potter: Wizards United Launched in June 2020, hoping to capture the magic of Niantic’s smash hit in 2016 Pokémon Go Use Harry Potter license. In the story of the game, Wizards United Start somewhere after the incident Harry Potter and the Deathly HallowsAfter the Battle of Hogwarts, the heroes Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger joined the Ministry of Magic. During the quiet period of the magic world, magic began to appear in the Muggle world. This disaster may violate the International Secrecy Act, an ancient law that kept non-witches and witches secret after the persecution of witches and witches in the 1600s.
but Wizards United Does not seem to find the same broad audience Pokémon go, Or AR games before Niantic, Entrance, To maintain oneself.exist A blog post, The Niantic team said, “Not all games are destined to last forever. Our goal Harry Potter: Wizards United When millions of players go out to explore their communities, they bring the magic of the magical world to life. Together we accomplished this goal and provided a two-year narrative story line that is about to be completed. “
The developer stated that this would require “from Harry Potter: Wizards United Enter our other projects. “
Niantic recently launched another augmented reality game, Pikmin bloom, Based on Nintendo’s Pikmin franchise.The company is also developing a project based on Hasbro’s Transformers property called Transformers: Heavy Metal, It will feature giant robot battles in AR. Niantic said it has a total of nine games and applications under development, some of which will be soft-launched in 2022.