A new mobile game that is rumored to compete against Niantic Labs' "Pokemon Go" is shaping up. Gamers have gone crazy after rumored news of "Harry Potter Go". It is the mashup between the concept of Pokémon GO and the globally phenomenal movie Harry Potter.

According to GameNGuide, the wizarding of Harry is coming to mobile as the rumored "Harry Potter GO" is beginning to take shape. However, "Harry Potter GO" is still an unconfirmed game; since Niantic, the game developer of "Pokemon Go" as well as "Harry Potter Go" has not made any official confirmation about the proposed mashup, as per The Bitbag. 

Reports says that it may take a while before it can catch up, but with the massive following of the Harry Potter series, the game is likely to become a game hitmaker. Since the sneak peek trailer made by Stargaze Media about Harry Potter Go was brought into the news circles, video game fans started speculating about the planned augmented reality game's release as well as its features. Currently, it is the only thing that fans can resort to in order to satiate their interest, reports suggest.

Based on further reports by GameNGuide, if in the future that the game materializes, it will feature interesting challenges of finding Harry Potter items within the game. A rather wizardry theme is expected alongside with the gameplay that has everything to do with the magics of Harry Potter, such as magic sticks, brooms, searching for items and flying through seasons,

Meanwhile, GameNGuide's latest update on the "Harry Potter GO" game include the Marauder's map, the witches and the witches cards. This is supposed to be the counterparts of Pokemon GO's maps, eggs and PokeStops. Furthermore, "Pokemon GO" Teams such as Mystic, Instinct and Valor, will be purportedly countered by the Harry Potter's Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff, Slytherin and Gryffindor, GameNGuide added.

While the game is still on the drawing board, the Bitbag reported that Warner Bros. is offering another option for fans. That is with the upcoming release of "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find them," which is believed to slightly compensate Harry Potter fans yearning for the augmented reality game as for the time being.