Harry Potter: Wizards Unite does a number of things well, so what could Pokemon GO take for itself?
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As both games are made by developer Niantic, it seems only logical to blend the best of both worlds to give players an optimal experience.
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Wizards Unite provides an ample amount of activities, daily quests, and login bonuses, which could be adjusted in Pokemon GO.
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A notable inclusion to Wizards Unite is the ability, or perhaps better said, the necessity to brew potions.
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Potions allow us to better our spellcasting ability, which in turn helps capture more difficult Foundables and expend less Spell Energy.
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Wizards Unite has done a fantastic job of incorporating professions into the game in a way that really makes choices feel impactful.
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Whether you are an Auror, Magizoologist, or Professor, each profession brings different gameplay and strategy.
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Finally, Pokemon GO could revisit how it handles co-op content like Raids, since Fortresses in Wizards Unite feels fresh and enjoyable.
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