Wizards Unite Add Friends - How to Use Friend Codes in Harry Potter Wizards Unite

Wizards Unite Add Friends - How to Use Friend Codes in Harry Potter Wizards Unite

Here's how to add friends in Wizards Unite, using the special Wizards Unite friend codes.

In Niantic's new Harry Potter Wizards Unite game, you can add friends through using a special code, that allows you to earn certain bonuses and rewards together. In this guide, we'll be explaining how to add friends in Wizards Unite, as well as how to find your Wizards Unite friend code for use.

Wizards Unite Add Friends

  • Tap the icon with the two wizards.
  • Tap the 'Add Friend' button.
  • Enter the friend code of the person you want to add.
  • Alternatively, give out your friend code from this screen.

When you've made it past the tutorial of Harry Potter Wizards Unite, which involves rescuing none other than Hagrid from a spider's web, you can begin adding your friends. To kick things off, tap the icon with two wizards, which is near the bottom left corner of your phone screen.

In this next menu area, tap on the 'Add Friend' option. Within this next screen, you'll see your friend code displayed near the top. If you want someone to add you as a friend in Harry Potter Wizards Unite, you're going to have to send them this code outside of the game, so that they can then input the code on their device, and add you as a friend.

Don't make me regret putting my friend code here. | USG, Niantic

Wizards Unite Friend Codes

Alternatively if you want to add another player as a friend, you're going to need to get their friend code. Then, on the screen that displays your own friend code, you can enter the friend code that you've received further down on the screen. Simply enter the code that your friend has given you, and you'll both be paired up as friends in Harry Potter Wizards Unite.

Once you've added a friend in Harry Potter Wizards Unite, you can check their own progress in the game against yours. You can see your friends' Foundables returned, distance walked, inns and greenhouses visited, and Wizarding Challenges won in the game.

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