Some of your favorite “Harry Potter” actors are returning to voice their roles for the new “Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery” mobile game, which arrives later this month.
Maggie Smith voices fan-favorite Professor McGonagall, while Michael Gambon plays Hogwarts headmaster Albus Dumbledore. Warwick Davis returns as Professor Flitwick, Sally Mortemore voices librarian Irma Prince, and Gemma Jones plays nurse Madame Pomfrey.
“If I could attend Hogwarts as a student, I would be most excited to attend the potions class taught by Severus because it is the most exotic,” Smith remarked in a statement.
“Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery” debuts on iOS and Android devices on Wednesday, April 25.
Players will be able to virtually experience attending Hogwarts by choosing a Hogwarts house, learning about witchcraft and wizardry, exploring the castle grounds, interacting with staff, and forming alliances and rivalries with other students.
“Our goal with ‘Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery’ is to make players really feel for the first time like they’re attending Hogwarts,” said Chris DeWolfe, co-founder and CEO of game developer Jam City. “By including these iconic and incredibly talented actors in the game, we come one step closer to truly giving fans their own Hogwarts experience.”