Pokemon GO Creator Working On Harry Potter: Wizards Unite

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Perhaps you'll have a little Dobby following you around, maybe you'll be hunting and destroying Horcruxes, or maybe you'll be able to cast spells on your friends and watch them transform into rats like Malfoy. While Niantic's project sounds like an unrelated effort, it's now unclear how the company found itself working with the Time Warner-owned entertainment company.

Niantic is, once again, developing the game, which will come out next year.

Niantic Labs, the maker of the Pokemon GO smash hit, is expected to launch another AR (augmented reality) game for mobiles next year.

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Harry Potter, like Pokemon, remains incredibly popular, with the recent stage play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child selling out shows, Universal's Wizarding World of Harry Potter likewise raking in the cash.

It's been almost a year and a half since the augmented reality game Pokemon Go took the world by storm, but that game's developers are now working on something a little more magical. The only timeframe Niantic has given is a vague "2018".

There aren't a lot of details available about this title right now. The game still has an active user base of 65 million people each month, is updated frequently, and has established a regular presence on the list of the 20 most lucrative apps.

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We've reached out to Niantic and Warner Bros. representatives for comment on Niantic's rumored Harry Potter game.

According to TechCrunch, the game will be co-developed by Warner Bros.

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