As the official release of Niantic’s upcoming AR game Harry Potter: Wizards Unite draws closer and anticipation for the game seem to be at an all-time high, The Harry Potter: Wizards Unite team is giving fans a way to let everyone know!
You can head over to the Harry Potter: Wizards Unite website and download four different posters, which you can then print out and post anywhere you want.
With phrases like “Keep magic from Muggle eyes” and “Protect the Statute of Secrecy”, it’s clear that these posters are meant to tie into the theme of the game and help raise awareness to The Calamity that is affecting the Wizarding World.
Of course, if you don’t want to print these posters out, you can always save them to your phone, computer, tablet, or other device and use the pictures in social media posts, or even as a wallpaper for your phone!
Still no official date
With Niantic and the entire Harry Potter: Wizards Unite team putting out trailers, posters, and being quite active of social media, its only logical to assume that either an expansion to the current beta that’s happening in both New Zealand and Australia right now, or a full release of the game has to be in the near future! Keep your eyes peeled, ears open, and your wands ready!
Get your phone ready for the game!
This post may contain affiliate links. See our disclosure policy for more details.
- Positively wizardly! Emma Watson opts for a low-key LBD and cute braids as she reunites with Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling at charity event
- Watch: First Trailer for 'Fantastic Beasts,' New Harry Potter Spinoff
- Harry Potter and the curse of the house that won't sell: Owners spend more than two years unsuccessfully trying to offload 15th century property used in Deathly Hallows film where Lord Voldemort murders the boy wizard's parents
- Would Lord Voldemort have voted for Brexit? JK Rowling reveals Harry Potter's nemesis is a 'nationalist' and says novels deal with racism
- Harry Potter and the Torah of Terror
- Harry Potter, Godric’s Hollow: owners claim the house is “cursed”
- Harry Potter actor, 36, who played Ron Weasley's straight-laced brother Percy reveals he became a barman in a Wetherspoon's pub when the roles dried up
- The night JK Rowling cast a spell on Harry Potter stars to help rescued orphans
- Harry Potter fan gave birth in toilet hours after being told she wasn't pregnant
- Curse of the Harry Potter home that just won’t sell as desperate owners slash cost of six-bedroom property to £950k