An AI Wrote It's Own Harry Potter Chapter and It Is Perfect

Leigh Mccormick
December 15, 2017

More details for Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery have been promised soon, so we'll bring you all the latest updates as and when we hear them.

Facebook/harrypottermovie " Harry Potter" will be getting a new RPG-type mobile game this coming spring.

"Harry Potter" fans have been blessed with lots of new content from the Wizarding World in recent years, thanks to the likes of the "Fantastic Beasts" film series, the "Cursed Child" sequel play, and the ongoing awesomeness of J.K. Rowling's Twitter feed.

A young Daniel Radcliffe in one of the Harry Potter movies. "Most of the iconic professors from the Harry Potter stories reprise their roles in the game". If those are included, its possible Divination, Transfiguration, Astronomy and Care of Magical Creatures are also in the game.

Despite the last Harry Potter book being released back in 2007, the Harry Potter brand is still going strong with a huge dedicated fanbase.

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We're as sure as we can be that Harry Potter Hogwarts Mystery is a free-to-play game. "We would like, selfishly, not to replace humanity with algorithms. instead, we want to find natural ways for people and machines to interact to create what neither would have created alone". The result is a somewhat nonsensical, but also totally plausible story in which Harry, Ron and Hermione sneak up on a gang of Death Eaters in Hogwarts, challenge them to battle, and end up saying some very weird things to one another.

A new Harry Potter story hit the Web this week-but it wasn't written by J.K. Rowling.

Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery may face some friendly competition when the game comes out next year.

Since Harry's first adventure, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, was released in America on September 1, 1998, it has become challenging for media and technology companies to convince Rowling that they will create the best product for the franchise's fans. The company, known for its work on puzzle games like Cookie Jam and Panda Pop, has licensed the IP from Warner Bros.

Of course, while most of the individual lines here were generated by the predictive keyboard, it did take a team of writers to pick out the best bits and assemble them into a coherent narrative, so we writers aren't totally obsolete just yet.

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