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Pokémon Go players have nothing to fear about the recently announced Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, developer Niantic has said.

In a blog post, the developer stated that it is “100 percent committed” to Pokémon Go and will be expanding the game’s development team to help create more “amazing features” in 2018. More information about upcoming changes and improvements will be shared soon.

Read the developer’s full statement below:

Just like many of you, we’re super excited about Harry Potter: Wizards Unite and are working hard with our partners at Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, and WB Games San Francisco’s development team to bring that to life. However, we–the Pokémon GO development team–want to say that we are 100% committed to creating an ever-changing and growing game that gets our players exploring, meeting each other, and deepening their connection to the Pokémon universe. We’re actively expanding the Pokémon GO development team to build many more amazing features in 2018. Stay tuned for an update next week on upcoming improvements to certain features.

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite was officially announced by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Niantic last week and will see players learning spells and exploring their real-world neighborhoods to discover and fight legendary beasts. The game is scheduled to arrive on mobile devices in 2018.

Pokémon Go is available now as a free download on iOS and Android.

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Niantic promises to continue supporting Pokémon Go

Pokemon Go will not be abandoned when Niantic's next game, Harry Potter: Wizard's Unite, launches.

By Matthew Bennett | 11/13/2017 08:28 AM PT

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Pokémon Go players have nothing to fear about the recently announced Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, developer Niantic has said.

In a blog post, the developer stated that it is “100 percent committed” to Pokémon Go and will be expanding the game’s development team to help create more “amazing features” in 2018. More information about upcoming changes and improvements will be shared soon.

Read the developer’s full statement below:

Just like many of you, we’re super excited about Harry Potter: Wizards Unite and are working hard with our partners at Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, and WB Games San Francisco’s development team to bring that to life. However, we–the Pokémon GO development team–want to say that we are 100% committed to creating an ever-changing and growing game that gets our players exploring, meeting each other, and deepening their connection to the Pokémon universe. We’re actively expanding the Pokémon GO development team to build many more amazing features in 2018. Stay tuned for an update next week on upcoming improvements to certain features.

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite was officially announced by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Niantic last week and will see players learning spells and exploring their real-world neighborhoods to discover and fight legendary beasts. The game is scheduled to arrive on mobile devices in 2018.

Pokémon Go is available now as a free download on iOS and Android.

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89