Development of Harry Potter RPG 'on track' as new details leak

Avalanche Software staff confirm an open world Harry Potter game is coming to next-gen

When contacted by Bloomberg, spokespersons for Warner Bros.

While the two games based on DC Comics are reportedly being revealed at the DC Fandome event in August, the Harry Potter game will be revealed at a later date, per Schreier's report.

The promise of an honest-to-goodness, big-budget, open-world Harry Potter game is fascinating to so many people - fans or otherwise - but the circumstances surrounding it are incredibly unfortunate. The developers at Avalanche confirmed that the leaked footage from 2018 was real, but subsequent leaks have not been.

Jason Schreier for Bloomberg has just reported the news, confirming many suspicions and reaffirming that the game is being developed by Avalanche Software.

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This Harry Potter RPG has been long-rumored but never officially announced.

Rowling is still very involved in most things Harry Potter, although one of the sources said that she has, "very little direct involvement" in this project. This is due to J.K. Rowling's recent tweets and essay which have been widely viewed as transphobic. So much for Dark Legacy Harry Potter game leak, which is hardly surprising given how oddly specific those rumors were. The game will launch "late next year" and is coming to "platforms including the upcoming PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X". Interactive Entertainment, the game is seemingly still on track for its planned release. According to one person, the studio's management has still not addressed the controversial words by Rowling. "We've seen comments from fans who no longer wish to support Rowling or the brand financially".

When will we get to see it in an official capacity?

Warner Bros also have a new Batman game on the way, the heavily teased Court of Owls.

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