“Harry Potter” fans who never got their Hogwarts acceptance letter will be able to act like wizards through a new mobile game coming in 2019. “Harry Potter: Wizards Unite” will give J.K. Rowling’s wizarding franchise the “Pokemon Go” treatment sometime next year, according to a post on Pottermore.

Specific details on the game are light, but the “Pokemon Go” association is not a coincidence; developer Niantic Labs, which made the smash hit augmented reality “Pokemon” game in 2016, is working on “Harry Potter: Wizards Unite.” It was originally announced late last year, but this week’s Pottermore post confirmed a 2019 release date and revealed a trailer for the game.

Like “Pokemon Go,” players will see iconic “Harry Potter” creatures and characters placed in the real world using their smartphone cameras. The original announcement suggested players would be able to carry out their “Harry Potter” fantasies using augmented reality technology.

“By exploring real-world neighborhoods and cities across the globe, players will go on adventures, learn and cast spells, discover mysterious artifacts, and encounter legendary beasts and iconic characters,” Niantic’s original press release said.

The Pottermore post also suggested that teamwork will be a key aspect of “Harry Potter: Wizards Unite.” The game will draw inspiration not only from the “Harry Potter” stories but the more recent “Fantastic Beasts” films, as well.

harry potter Copies of "Harry Potter" books stand on display at the Clean Well-Lighted Place For Books on Dec. 21, 2004 in San Francisco. Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images