Happy summer, witches and wizards! It’s a new month, which means we have new opportunities to play events in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite.
June will be a little more relaxed than May since we don’t need to accommodate a makeup Community Day.
All events are still playable at home. While parts of the world are easing lockdown restrictions, many Wizards Unite players still need to stay at home.
I also have a new video covering the Wizards Unite events in June.
Brilliant Event: One Year Later (Week 1) June 2-9, 2020
|When||June 2, 11am PT to June 9, 11am PT|
|Features||Help return Brilliant Foundables from the Statute of Secrecy Task Force including Auror Harry Potter and Proprietor Ron Weasley|
June Community Day: Play at Home Edition
|When||ALL DAY Saturday, June 13, 12:01am – 11:59pm, local time|
|Features||Explore the fascinating wonders of Dumbledore’s Office including the Pensieve, the Mirror of Erised and even the elusive Philosopher’s Stone.|
Brilliant Event: One Year Later (Week 2) June 16-23, 2020
|When||June 16, 11am PT to June 23, 11am PT|
|Features||Continue to help return Brilliant Foundables from the Statute of Secrecy Task Force including Senior Minister Hermione Granger and Minister for Magic Kingsley Shacklebolt.|
Wizarding Weekend: June 26-29
|When||June 26, 11am PT to June 29, 11am PT|
|Features||Spend a weekend back at Hogwarts where you can encounter Hogwarts School Foundables including the Portrait of Albus Dumbledore, the Sorting Hat and Minerva McGonagall.|
Wizarding Weekend is the new “branding” for the Wizards Unite weekend event that ends out every month. This is a 72-hour event. Full guide to the June Wizarding Weekend!
What are your thoughts on the upcoming events? Too many events, or just the right amount?
Personally, I’m excited for more of the story! I hope this Brilliant Event reveals further information about the Calamity.
I’m always interested to hear your thoughts! Connect with me and the rest of the WizHub team here in the comments or on our social media platforms.
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