Now Harry Potter fans get a new way to experience the magical wizard world.
The maker of one of the biggest mobile games around is joining forces with one of the biggest forces in pop culture.
Jammu-Kashmir interlocutor Dineshwar Sharma meets Omar Abdullah
He said they want that Kashmir issue should be resolved through dialogue so that people can live in peace and tranquillity. Earlier in the day, Omar tweeted, "Mr Dineshawar Sharma and I met at my residence in Srinagar this morning".
Pokémon Go developer Niantic's next game will be Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, another augmented-reality smartphone app, due for launch sometime in 2018.
The mechanics of Ingress would actually translate pretty well to the fictional Harry Potter universe, and seems nearly ready-made for a fantasy spell casting coat of paint to replace its science-fiction special forces veneer. The game, made in conjunction with Warner Bros. Interactive and Portkey Games, reports TechCrunch. The outlet points out that there will likely be "significant influence" on Wizards Unite from Ingress, a location-based ARG game from Niantic that gives players the chance to "roam the real world collecting power-ups, defending locations and exploring their environment". As rumors already suggested, additional sources are now confirming that Niantic is attempting to strike gold a second time with the Harry Potter franchise.
Sensex up 68 points; Nifty trades at 10376
On the other hand, the S&P BSE IT index rose by 41.50 points and Teck (technology, media and entertainment) index by 5.56 points. Ahead of earnings on Thursday, Tata Motors was down 3 percent and HPCL fell 2 percent but Aurobindo Pharma gained 1 percent.
Pokemon GO took the world by storm a year ago by combining a beloved franchise with a simple and addictive mobile game mechanic. Would this be the kind of game you would play with your phone in the outside world?
Experts Warn Even Light Alcohol Consumption Ups Your Risks Of Cancer
Additionally, excessive alcohol use has also been found to negatively affect cancer treatment . Overdoing it may lead to cancer. "The evidence is very clear", she said.