Harry Potter : Hogwarts Mystery Game trailer has us very excited.

We love Harry Potter here at Fuzzable, and the Hogwarts Mystery game trailer has got us all very excited.

The game is a joint collaboration between Jam City and Portkey Games.

Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is the first game in which players can create their own character and experience life as a Hogwarts student.

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What we think is really cool about the game is that Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is set prior to Harry Potter’s arrival at Hogwarts. The game is set in the wizarding world that we are familiar with from the books and films. So this means you get to have your own Hogwarts experience rather than just following Harry and his friend’s journey. With this game, you really are going to get your own Hogwarts letter and to attend Hogwarts. It’s all our dreams come true!

The game will be released later this year. It will be available for both Android and IOS devices.  Portkey Games, a company set up especially by Warner Brothers and Jam City( a Los Angeles-based mobile game maker. They are the creator of 6 of the Top 100 highest grossing games across Apple’s and Google’s US app stores.)

Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is currently being showcased at the annual Harry Potter celebration in Universal Studios, Orlando.

Lucky fans attending the event are getting a first look at the game and what players can expect when the game is released.

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Here at Fuzzable we are so excited that later this year we finally get to experience life at Hogwarts, even if it is only via our phones. You can keep up to date via their social media or by signing up for email updates on their website





Written by Kelly McFarland

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