Warner Bros releases additional Harry Potter 8 video game information!

 Thanks to the official Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
video game Facebook page, fans now have some more information about the final game.
Take a look...

‘What formats is the game on?’ 
 "The game is available on Xbox 360™, PlayStation® 3, Windows PC, Wii and Nintendo DS."

‘Will the new game be coming out on PS2 or PSP?’
"With every game we make, we push the most current generation of console to its limits.
Our brand new game engine is very powerful, but in requires more power
than the PS2 or the PSP can deliver."

‘Will the new game use PlayStation Move?’
"Yes, you’ll be able to use the PlayStation Move motion controller in the new game."

‘Does the new game use Kinect for Xbox 360?’
"No, ‘Part 2’ of the Xbox 360 game hasn’t been developed for Kinect."

‘Will there be multiplayer?’
"We’ve concentrated on a single-player experience again for this game."

'Is there online play?'
"There’s no online play for the campaign, but we do have online leaderboards
for the challenge mode on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, where you can compete
against your friends or the rest of the world for the top score."

'Is there a demo?'
"We didn't build a demo for Part 2, so as to allow us to focus
our development time on creating an epic final game."

'Is the game free-roaming or linear?'
"This game offers a massive wizarding world, taking Harry through more environments
than ever before, trying to unravel various secrets, avoid capture and protect his friends.

In relating the story of the Deathly Hallows, it’s important for us to move the player
from point A to point B in order to mirror the fiction. This game is a fairly linear experience,
and we are offering a number of challenges, in addition to the campaign mode,
that will allow you to revisit the exact same environments,
but with a full spell arsenal and very different objectives."