This week the FAQ section on the official Hogwarts Legacy website has been overhauled. Among other things, the question of whether the sport of Quidditch will be playable in the open-world adventure will now be answered.
Earlier this week, the developers at Avalanche Software brought us two new trailers for the open-world adventure Hogwarts Legacy, giving us another look at the game world.
In addition, the extensive FAQ section updated on the official website. Among other things, the question of whether Quidditch will be playable in “Hogwarts Legacy” will be answered. It states: “Quidditch is not playable in Hogwarts Legacy. However, broom flight to travel and broom racing challenges are part of the game. Players will also fly broomsticks to explore new and familiar locations around Hogwarts Castle.”
An answer that should certainly cause disillusionment for most of the players, since one of the first trailers for “Hogwarts Legacy” indicated that Quidditch was just like in the old “Harry Potter” games from Electronic Arts could be playable.
Write your own story at Hogwarts
The story of “Hogwarts Legacy” begins in the 19th century and, according to the developer, will enable you to write your very own history at Hogwarts with a wizard or sorceress you have created yourself. Throughout your adventure, you will have the choice of joining the good side and helping fight a dark force, or siding with the forces of evil.
“Be assigned to your house, build relationships and master skills to become the witch or wizard you want to be,” the official description continues. “Enter the world of wizardry in an unexplored era to uncover a hidden truth from the past. Battle trolls, black mages, goblins and more while confronting a dangerous villain who threatens the wizarding world.”
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Hogwarts Legacy will be released on February 10, 2023 for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S. The implementation for Nintendo’s Switch will follow at a later date.
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