Harry Potter Wizards Unite is set to make 10M in a month

first_img1:53 Now playing: Watch this: The 60 best iPhone games of 2019 Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is available now in the US. Screenshot Clifford Colby/CNET Accio galleons! Harry Potter: Wizards Unite brought in $1.1 million on its launch weekend, Sensor Tower said Monday, and is predicted to make $10 million within a month. The game added 3 million players after launching Thursday. On its first day, it made $300,000.By comparison, Pokemon Go — made by the same company, Niantic, made $28 million in its first four days and $206 million within a month, mobile apps analytics firm Sensor Tower said.Most of the spending on Harry Potter: Wizards Unite came from US players, at 88%, followed by the UK, at 8%. The game has yet to launch in Japan and South Korea, but it’s already the No. 1 iPhone app by downloads across 28 other countries. Tags Harry Potter: Wizards Unite on CNET The Harry Potter: Wizards Unite augmented reality game, out now in the US, relies on your phone’s GPS. Using your phone, you move around the physical world while interacting with AR objects, beasts, points of interest and other wizards and witches on the game map.The game was first announced in 2017 and comes from WB Games San Francisco and Niantic under the Portkey Games label.  Share your voice 0 Harry Potter: Wizards Unite: How to play the magical game available in nearly 150 countries Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is Pokemon Go with magic wands Preview • The ultimate guide to everything Pokemon Go Pokemon Go How To • Harry Potter: Wizards Unite best Pokemon Go every way but one Mobile Mobile Apps Virtual Reality Apps News • Pokemon Sleep is Pokemon Go but for bedtime Post a comment Harry Potter 60 Photos Harry Potter: Wizards Unite gameplay details revealedlast_img