In 2010, Traveller’s Tales published through Warner Bros. Interactive their first LEGO videogame based on the Harry Potter series, which at that point was winding down with its film adaptations. LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 covered the events of the first four books and films, while 2011 sequel Years 5-7 was based on the last three books and four films. These games, originally for Windows and Mac OS-X, were re-released on the PS4 in 2016 as the LEGO Harry Potter Collection bundle. And in keeping up with the times, this classic bundle is offered once again as the LEGO Harry Potter video games collection for Nintendo’s Switch.
Now, this little bit of info may have remained nothing more than a rumor for at least a few days yet, were it not for eagle-eyed observers who spotted that a listing for the LEGO Harry Potter video games collection for Nintendo’s Switch was registered with the Game Software Rating Regulations board of Taiwan.
The Switch reissue of this LEGO Harry Potter game bundle from WB Interactive and Traveller’s Tales was first floated at a retail catalog from Argos in the UK. Now, a visit to the Taiwanese Game Software Rating Regulations website shows a rating of “Auxiliary 12” (Google translate) for LEGO Harry Potter Collection, though the game’s listing date is not stated. Type the title in “Search”.
According to Argos’ listing, the LEGO Harry Potter Collection will arrive on the Nintendo Switch in November, priced at £24.99 or around $32.86, with DLC included.