3 best upcoming Android games — action, racing, strategy, and more

By geezywap at 2019-06-01 • 0 collector • 332 pageviews

FortniteStardew Valley, and Alto’s Odyssey are just a few of the great Android titles released in the last year. We expect to see many more in the near future from well-known developers like Nintendo, Gamevil, and Niantic.

Here are the 3 best upcoming Android games we’re most excited about, in categories like adventureactionracing, and more.

Mario Kart Tour is a mobile racing game based on Nintendo’s classic kart racing series. It features simple controls anyone can get used to and offers 30 characters, 20 karts, and 10 gliders to choose from. You can compete in 16 cups, with each of them including four races.

You earn Grand Stars when you complete a race, with a maximum of five available in each one. When you gather enough Grand Stars, you get free gifts like emerald gems that can be used to unlock new drivers, karts, and gliders.

Nintendo has already launched the closed beta of Mario Kart Tour, which is only available in the U.S. and Japan at the moment. The game will officially be released this summer, which means somewhere between the end of June and September. To learn more about the game including what we didn’t like in the beta test, click here.

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is an AR game created by Niantic, the same developer behind Pokémon Go. It’s an officially licensed property, so expect to see Harry, Ron, Hermione, Hagrid, Buckbeak, and a bunch of other characters from the Harry Potter universe.

Your job is to solve the mystery of The Calamity and return Foundables to their rightful place.

The story of the game goes something like this: A calamity has struck the wizarding world, causing Foundables that include various artifacts and creatures to mysteriously appear in the Muggle world. Your job is to team up with witches and wizards from across the world and solve the mystery of The Calamity, return Foundables to their rightful place, and more.

The beta version of the game is already available in New Zealand, but there’s no word on when it will be officially launched. But since you can already pre-register for it on the Play Store, it likely won’t be long before it’s released.

SOURCE: www.androidauthority.com

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