Wizards Unite: Worldwide Release June 21 – How to prepare for launch!

The anticipation and the stress will soon finally be over for many of you, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is confirmed to be released on June 21, 2019 in the US and the UK! Other regions will gradually be given access. We are extremely happy that Niantic/Warner Bros. announced the news through the successfully hyping Exclusive WU Event in LA (our coverage/recap right here).

Now you are probably wondering what you should do or know before you get started. Well, worry not, we’re here to help you the best way we can.

  1. Enjoy the game for what it is. Do not worry about “wasting” in-game resources, as we all know these resources will come back. Just experience the game for what it is and how it’s intended to be enjoyed and played.
  2. Of course, if you have any questions as you progress, we got you covered with our Tips and FAQs right HERE, but please try it out for yourself first.
  3. That’s it!

Of course, choosing your Profession is important, but you can also switch it at any given time, so mess around and try things out.

Of course, brewing potions is important, but you’ll have tons of opportunities at brewing them, so don’t worry about it for now.

Of course, crafting your wand is important, but the materials also do not affect gameplay, so why not simply select the materials that you like?

Of course, Foundables have various Tiers and difficulty levels, but you’ll encounter them several times in your Wizard/Witch’s career, so don’t worry about it for now.

Of course… And we could keep going. The point is, just enjoy the game. Don’t exhaust yourself too fast, play at your own pace, and come back if there’s something that makes no sense to you or that you need help with at some point. We’ll be here, always. For now, just don’t worry about it, and ENJOY THE GAME!

Oh, and stay connected to Jibs, we have a LOT of content coming up for all the Wizards and Witches out there! Following us on Twitter is the best way to stay up to date!

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