LEGO Harry Potter Demo Drops June 7 on Xbox Live

LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 has been in development for quite a while now! Which makes me happy to write that the demo for the game will be arriving on Monday, June 7th on Xbox Live for 360 players. The Playstation 3 and PC demos will hit later this month, but no date has been given.

The demo will allow players to learn and cast spells, and explore the Forbidden Forest.
The game will be hitting retail shelves towards the end of this month on the 29th.

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