Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is set to explore some tragic romances and cherished memories from the wizarding world in this month's in-game events. Here's a full list of what's to come over the next few weeks.
Darkest of Times Brilliant Event Part 2: Running from today to February 11th
We're not quite done yet with the whole honouring Dumbledore's legacy thing, so expect to do some more of that in the Darkest of Times Brilliant Event Part 2, which has just kicked off today. You'll be tasked with returning Brilliant Foundables related to key memories from Dumbledore's fight against Voldemort.
Harry Potter Book Night 2020: Running from February 5th to February 7th
This year's Harry Potter Book Night has a neat Triwizard Tournament theme. You'll celebrate the beloved magical contest by collecting dragon eggs, taking part in special tasks, and hunting down the Goblet of Fire Foundable.
Crazy in Love Event: Running from February 11th to February 13th
In the Crazy in Love event, you're going to have to deflect the unwanted advances of a variety of love-stricken 'Oddities'. Not exactly romantic, eh? Thankfully, you'll have some bonus healing potions to help you out along the way.
Lost Love Brilliant Event Part 1: Running from February 13th to February 20th
In this event, you're challenged to protect the cherished memories of wizarding world loved ones. You'll do this by finding and returning Brilliant Foundables, Minerva McGonagall among them.
February Community Day: Set to take place on February 23rd
This month's community day requires you to take on a number of Oddities, including special Leprechauns and Doxies. You'll do this while making smart use of bonuses to Tonic for Trace Detection Potions.
Lost Love Brilliant Event Part 2: Running from February 25th to March 3rd
Last, but by no means least, we have the second part of the Lost Love Brilliant event. This time around, you'll put memories of tragic romances to rest by finding and returning Brilliant Foundables. Some of these include the Mirror of Erised and Severus Snape himself.
And that's pretty much everything you can expect to see this month. If you're yet to give it a go, you'll find Harry Potter: Wizards Unite available from both the App Store and Google Play as a free-to-play title.Searching for the RPG of your dreams? Here are 25 of the best for Android
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