Harry Potter fans have three sources of information to guess which countries will be able to play Harry Potter: Wizards Unite.
- Languages supported on the official Harry Potter: Wizards Unite website
- Countries where Ingress and Pokémon Go are both available
- International trademark applications for Harry Potter: Wizards Unite
The following 19 languages are supported by the official Harry Potter: Wizards Unite website.
- Brazilian Portuguese
- Latin-American Spanish
While it’s possible that countries that speak these languages will be among the first to have access to Wizards Unite, the other available information doesn’t support this theory.
First of all, the following countries still do not have Pokémon Go, even though their languages are supported by the Wizards Unite website.
Just because the Wizards Unite website supports their languages does not mean Wizards Unite will be available in those countries.
That said, Ingress, Niantic’s original augmented-reality game, is available in China, Turkey, and the Russian Federation. So there’s still the possibility that Wizards Unite will be available in these countries.
However, the current Wizards Unite trademarks, including the applications still pending, only exist in 11 countries plus the European Union.
- New Zealand
- The Phillipines
- United States
- Republic of Korea (South Korea)
- European Union
While Warner Bros. can certainly apply for trademarks in more countries, they will most likely not launch a new game in a country without a Harry Potter: Wizards Unite trademark.
If a country currently has a trademark or pending trademark for Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, they are more likely to receive the beta version of the game.
Will countries with Ingress, but not Pokémon Go, be able to play Wizards Unite?
Only time will tell.
Where do you think Wizards Unite will be available? Which countries are most likely to play the beta version? Leave your thoughts in the comments!