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Monday, 25 June 2007 08:00

Harry Potter Demo is out

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EA has announced that as of last night, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix demo is available for download. The demo itself is around 400Mb and it offers ability to play multiple characters such as Harry himself, Dumbeldore and Sirius Black.

You also get the opportunity to wield a wand, explore all around Howarts and experience most exciting years of Harry’s life. 

 

The Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix final game will be available on the 27th July in US and UK. The game itself is based on Harry’s return to his fifth year of study at Hogwarts and his discovery that much truth about his recent encounter with evil Lord Voldemort has been denied to the wizarding community.

To find out more read this article and to download the demo go here.
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