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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 is a video game which was developed by EA Bright Light Studio and published by Electronic Arts. It is the second part of the game Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1. The game was released on 12 July, 2011 in North America and 14 July in Europe just 3 days before the film's release on 15 July 2011. It is available on Microsoft Windows, Nintendo DS, Wii, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Mobile platforms.[1]

Plot summary

As the wizarding world descends into chaos, Harry, Ron and Hermione's harrowing task of destroying Lord Voldemort's final horcruxes draws to a close as something bigger and more dangerous than their journey is looming on the horizon. The mission will end at Hogwarts, where the great battle between good and evil takes place. Harry and Voldemort will fight for the last time ever.

  • Break in to the high security vaults of Gringotts Wizarding Bank
  • Defend Hogwarts against the fearsome Dark Forces
  • Escape Fiendfyre in the Room of Requirement


  • Epic Battles – Battle as accomplished wizards as you duel Harry's most fearsome enemies.
  • Fight the Dark forces – Use your magical skills to defeat Death Eaters, Snatchers, and giants intent on destruction. When you play a different character you unlock a new spell. For example, when you play as Minerva, you get Expulso and Impedimenta, when you play as Neville, you get Petrificus Totalus, when you play as Seamus, you get Confringo
  • Stunning Environments – Experience Hogwarts as you’ve never seen it before.



Playable characters

(*Have to unlock in multiplayer mode by getting Dark Mark Tokens)

Other characters

Supporting character voice-over actors


Chase sequences



Non-playable or mentioned locations


Deathly Hallows symbols/character collectables

Dark side

Good side

All collectables


Music - Wandering Part 1: Sorrow
Challenge - Challenge 1: Gringotts
Character - Ron Weasley
Character - Scabior

The Streets of Hogsmeade

Music - Wandering Part 2: Determination Character - Death Eater
Challenge - Challenge 2: The Streets of Hogsmeade
Character - Professor Snape

A Problem of Security

Music - Wandering Part 3: Mystery
Character - Amycus Carrow
Character - Alecto Carrow
Challenge - Challenge 3: A Problem of Security

The Basilisk Fang

Character - Aberforth Dumbledore
Music - Wandering Part 4: Serenity
Character - Professor McGonagall
Challenge - Challenge 4: The Basilisk Fang

A Job to Do

Music - Wandering Part 5: Dark Magic
Character - Seamus Finnigan
Character - Neville Longbottom
Music - Wandering Part 6: Tension
Challenge - Challenge 5: A Job to Do

The Lost Diadem

Music - Wandering Part 7: Surrender
Character - Gregory Goyle
Character - Draco Malfoy
Challenge - Challenge 6: A Giant Problem
Challenge - Challenge 7: The Lost Diadem
Character - Blaise Zabini

The Battle of Hogwarts

Character - Fenrir Greyback
Music - Combat Part 1: Courage
Character - Bellatrix Lestrange
Music - Combat Part 2: Fear at Hogwarts
Character - Hermione Granger
Challenge - Challenge 8: The Battle of Hogwarts

A Turn of Events

Music - Combat Part 3: Battle to the Vault
Challenge - Challenge 9: Surrender
Challenge - Challenge 10: A Turn of Events
Character - Harry Potter

Not My Daughter

Challenge - Challenge 11: Not My Daughter
Character - Molly Weasley
Character - Ginny Weasley
Music - Combat Part 4: Securing the Bridge

Voldemort's Last Stand

Challenge - Challenge 12: Voldemort's Last Stand
Character - Lord Voldemort
Music - Combat Part 5: The Final Duel


At the very end of the game, after the credits are done or have been skipped, there is a short video montage featuring clips from all nine games (including Quidditch World Cup).  It is set to the music of Combat Part 3: Battle to the Vault, and features the phrase "Thanks for Playing."


  • This is the first game in which the player can Apparate (but only when playing as Harry). In the previous games, Apparition was only seen in the cutscenes.
  • One of the scenes in the game is taken from a deleted scene from the film where Draco Malfoy throws Harry a wand immediately after being embraced by Voldemort. In the game however, Draco simply hands it to him instead of throwing it.
  • The game 's title screen in all versions except for the DS version changes depending on the player's progress in the game: at first, it's late at night between May 1st and May 2nd, then, after completing Chapter 4, it has one change, which is the red barrier that protects Hogwarts Castle. After clearing Chapter 7, some parts of the castle are on fire, the path to the Boathouse is severely damaged, with some rubble around the area, and the sky is clearer, showing that it's not night anymore, but it's now dawn of May 2nd. Lastly, after completing the game, it's morning. Instead, in the DS version, it shows the castle at dawn similarly to the posters, although without damage or fires.
  • The wands of Voldemort, Bellatrix Lestrange, Draco Malfoy, Amycus Carrow and Minerva McGonagall are all changed to resemble their movie wands, everyone else in the game wields a replica of Harry's wand.
  • This was the last Harry Potter game published by EA games. Future Potter games would be published by Warner Bros' own game division.

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Notes and references

J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter series
Philosopher's Stone book film game film soundtrack game soundtrack
Chamber of Secrets book film game film soundtrack game soundtrack
Prisoner of Azkaban book film game film soundtrack game soundtrack
Goblet of Fire book film game film soundtrack game soundtrack
Order of the Phoenix book film game film soundtrack game soundtrack
Half-Blood Prince book film game film soundtrack game soundtrack
Deathly Hallows book film 1 game 1 film soundtrack 1 game soundtrack 1
film 2 game 2 film soundtrack 2 game soundtrack 2
Cursed Child script play
Fantastic Beasts film series
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them book screenplay film soundtrack game
The Crimes of Grindelwald screenplay film soundtrack
The Secrets of Dumbledore screenplay film soundtrack
Fantastic Beasts 4 film
Fantastic Beasts 5 film
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Quidditch Through the Ages Wonderbook: Book of Spells / Book of Potions
The Tales of Beedle the Bard Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup
Harry Potter Prequel Harry Potter: Find Scabbers
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Pottermore Presents Harry Potter: Spells
Harry Potter Page to Screen: The Complete Filmmaking Journey / Harry Potter Limited Edition LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 / Years 5-7
LEGO Harry Potter: Building the Magical World LEGO Dimensions
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Harry Potter: A Pop-Up Book Harry Potter: The Quest
J. K. Rowling: A Bibliography Harry Potter for Kinect
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Harry Potter Film Wizardry Fantastic Beasts: Cases from the Wizarding World
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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Art of The Film LEGO Creator: Harry Potter / Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
The Archive of Magic: The Film Wizardry of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery
The Art of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Harry Potter: Wizards Unite
Harry Potter: The Wand Collection Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells
J. K. Rowling's Wizarding World: Movie Magic Volume One: Extraordinary People and Fascinating Places / Volume Two: Curious Creatures / Volume Three: Amazing Artifacts Harry Potter: Magic Awakened
Hogwarts Legacy
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J. K. Rowling's official site Harry Potter and Me
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Harry Potter: The Exhibition Magic Beyond Words: The J.K. Rowling Story
The Making of Harry Potter Harry Potter: Beyond the Page
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