Here's The First Look At HARRY POTTER: HOGWARTS MYSTERY, Coming To Mobile Soon

Last month, developer Jam City made the announcement that they will be bringing the magical world of Harry Potter on smartphones in 2018. Now, Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery just got a new trailer showing what fans can expect on the upcoming mobile game. 

Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is a mobile RPG that will let players attend the famous Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The game will let players embark on a magical adventure as they create their own character, choose a pet, and get sorted into their Hogwarts House. The game will also let players attend classes, learn magical skills, form friendships and rivalries, and explore the vast grounds of the school. If you’ve been dreaming on attending a Potions class or a Defense Against The Dark Arts class, then this is your chance. 

The trailer showed several familiar faces including Professor Snape, and Professor McGonagall, however, Harry Potter himself nor his friends were shown in the trailer. The reason for this is that the game takes place in the time between the birth of Harry Potter, and his first year in Hogwarts. So don’t expect to see him or his gang in the game. 

Hogwarts Mystery will also feature several plot arcs and will also include smaller stories such as relationship quests that will either improve or worsen your relationship with a fellow student or teacher. Furthermore, the player’s choices in the game will have an impact on the narrative, the quests, and the player’s reputation among his fellow students and teachers at Hogwarts, giving you full control on the legacy that you’ll leave behind. 

Although the trailer did not reveal any release date, a press release revealed that the game will be available on Spring of this year. Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery will be available on the App Store, Google Play, and the Amazon App Store. 

Which house do you think you’ll be sorted to? Tell us the class that you couldn’t wait to take down in the comments below. 

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