Harry Potter: Wizards Unite arrived in Brazil

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The game Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, developed by Warner Bros., arrived in Brazil this Sunday, June 23. Games São Fancisco and Niantic.

Initially the game is only available to users who have pre-registered, but it must be open to other players on their first day of release.

The game has been available in Australia and New Zealand since May, where beta versions were tested. Last Friday, June 21, it was opened to the United States and the United Kingdom, achieving 400,000 downloads on the first day of release alone – a surprisingly high number, considering that the opening was held a day earlier than expected.

It is also estimated, according to information from Sensor Tower shared by Potterish, that more than 300 thousand dollars have already been spent on the game, which offers paid options to guarantee improvements in the characters.

The game’s proposal is similar to that of Pokémon Go: with virtual reality, the game allows you to capture or fight characters from the JK Rowling franchise. For this, it is necessary to explore real environments, walking around your city.

Download the game for Android or iOS by clicking on the respective platforms.

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