Niantic’s newest mobile title, Harry Potter Wizards Unite, is now out and in the wild but if you’ve played Pokemon GO before, you’ll feel at home because a lot of the mechanics are pretty similar. If you’re wondering how to prestige and why it’s important in Harry Potter Wizards Unite, then we have the info just for you.
How to Prestige and Why It’s Important in Harry Potter Wizards Unite
You may not be aware, but you can in fact “prestige” in Harry Potter Wizards Unite by way of the Registry section. If you press on the briefcase on the bottom of the map screen and then press on the registry page, you’ll be able to swipe through all ten types of Foundables such as Dark Arts, Legends of Hogwarts, and Magizoology.
Once you collect Foundables, they will be returned to the Registry and you can view all of them on the page. You can also see how many “parts” of the Foundable you need to actually fill out the image. Every page has three sections with a total of 15 images each, except for the Oddities section.
Once you complete a page completely, you will have the option to prestige, which will reset all of the images, allowing you to find all of the Foundables once again.
It sounds pointless, but you’ll be able to gain extra experience points but you’ll have to uncover more fragments for each image.
As of right now, there are three different levels of Prestige that you can unlock after you complete the initial Registry page. These levels are Bronze, Silver, and then Gold, which is signified by the color of the frame surrounding the Registry sections.
So if you plan on fully completing the registry section and going Prestige, just keep finding all of the hidden objects for every page, and you will eventually be able to “reset” the page and do it all over again.
That’s everything you need to know about how to prestige, what it does, and why it’s important in Harry Potter Wizards Unite. For more on the mobile game, be sure to check out our ever-expanding wiki guide right here.
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