Harry Potter Wizards Unite Spell Energy Changes Introduced

Niantic, the developers of Harry Potter Wizards Unite, are introducing changes to Spell Energy. Specifically, they’re boosting the amounts you can get for several activities. These changes follow the community complaining about how they weren’t gaining enough Spell Energy in the game. You can see how this could be a problem, since it’s a very necessary resource.

Harry Potter Wizards Unite Spell Energy Changes Introduced
Harry Potter Wizards Unite Spell Energy Changes Introduced

Harry Potter Wizards Unite might be trailing fairly far behind Pokemon Go, but Niantic is paying very close attention to what the player base is saying. And, one of the grievances people have voiced concerned Spell Energy (check out our Spell Energy – How to Get Energy for more info). It’s a valuable resource, and the game just didn’t give you enough. And, well, the developers have listened, and they’ve come up with some changes. Their representative on Reddit, hpwu_fazes, posted them for the community to see. So, let’s go over them, shall we?

First off, players first entering the game will get 50 Spell Energy, instead of 25. Next, they’re boosting the amount of Spell Energy that you get from Inns and Greenhouses. Lastly, the amount of Spell Energy you get from completing Daily Assignments is going up. Specifically, the reward for completing “To Collect an Ingredient or Portmanteau” is going up from 5 to 10 Spell Energy. So, yeah. Things are looking up for Wizards Unite players. There might not be as big of a following as for Pokemon, but at least you know that you have the support of the devs. They seem to have learned something from their previous efforts.

Now, some of you might be having some trouble with something else in the game. If that is the case, then I invite you to check out some of our Wizards Unite guides. Among others, we’ve got Runestones – How They Work & Where to Find Them and Restricted Section Books – How to Get Them.

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