Harry Potter: Wizards Unite – Alle Events und Community Days im berblick

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An event just for magicians in the Muggle world? Niantic makes it possible with various events like the Community Day in July 2019. We’ll tell you what we know about it so far and what bonuses you can get at the events.

Now that Harry Potter: Wizards Unite has been on the market for a few weeks, it’s time for a change. Manufacturer Niantic would like to do this in the form of various events and will therefore soon start with the first events where you can dust off some bonuses.

Community Day in July 2019

The Community Day already exists in Pokmon GO: On this day every month a certain Pokmon appears especially frequently and you get some bonuses. Since both smartphone games are similar in some aspects, we can hope for special appearances and a player bonus here. So far, however, Niantic has only shared the date:

July 20, 2019 – Community Day

Further information is not yet public. We also don’t know if it’s a full day or just an event that lasts a few hours. The developers have announced on Twitter that they will be releasing more information soon. We’ll let you know as soon as there’s news about Community Day.

Labor Day Weekend / Harry Potter Fan Fest

Labor Day is actually only really celebrated in America. In this country, we usually only get the festivities on TV and the Internet. Wizards from the States have time to meet rare magical creatures and artefacts on the weekend around this special day. From 31 August 2019 – 01 September 2019 it will be especially magical in the White River State Park.

So far there is no information whether we can count on bonuses or special discoveries in Germany. With a little luck Niantic expands the celebrations and offers magicians worldwide the possibility to celebrate with their neighbors from America.

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Mette Frederiksen is a The Washington Newsday correspondent. With her coverage of general science, NASA and the interface between technology and society, Frederiksen has been in the Science Desk's Technology Beat since joining Washington Newsday in 2018.

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