Get ready to get transported back to Hogwarts! We can’t ever go back too many times.
The brand new trailer for the soon to be released RPG game dropped Wednesday, and it gave us chills. Check it out!
The developer, Jam City, also revealed that in the game, you’ll be able to create a Hogwarts student who is able to interact with friends, go to classes and learn spells. They are calling in a role-playing game, which means the possibilities are close to endless! You’ll make choices that change your character’s destiny at Hogwarts.
Here’s the game description:
The game is set in the time between Harry Potter’s birth and his enrollment at Hogwarts, when Nymphadora Tonks and Bill Weasley were students. The avatar customization system allows you to continually upgrade your avatar as you gain new expertise and magical skills – you can even choose your own pet. You will join one of the four Houses before progressing through your years at Hogwarts, participating in magical classes and activities such as Potions and Transfiguration. Building your skills will come in handy as you solve mysteries and go on adventures. As players improve their skills, they will unlock new locations, spells and other magical abilities.
Before the game officially launches in spring 2018, Jam City will debut it at A Celebration of Harry Potter, an event at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida starting January 26. Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is also launching under Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s game label Portkey Games, which the company said is dedicated to launching new games that let players “explore, discover and be at the center of their very own wizarding world adventure.”
Portkey Games’ Hogwarts Mystery will be unveiled at A Celebration of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Orlando, Florida, and will be available for both iOS and Android users in spring of 2018.
Are you excited to create your own Hogwarts adventure?
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