A sequel to Hogwarts Legacy should feature Quidditch

That has been confirmed Hogwarts legacy won’t have a playable Quidditch feature, but that doesn’t mean the same is said for a sequel. Brooms are used Hogwarts legacy‘s open-world traversal and exploration, which is a fun addition to hippogriffs and thestrals, but fans will surely be disappointed that Quidditch was left out as it would make a fantastic minigame. This has consequently fueled the desire for a new standalone Quidditch game Harry Potter IP.


Some fans are happy with that Hogwarts legacy is currently boasting, and indeed the amount of content it appears to have seems substantial. It’s possible that WB Games couldn’t add Avalanche Quidditch due to a focus on other content; Flight mechanics and animations may not be exactly where WB Games Avalanche would like them to properly design and execute a full blown Quidditch minigame. Whatever the reason for Quidditch not being added, there is Hogwarts legacy an incredibly enticing gameplay feature for a possible sequel.

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The Hogwarts legacy may be too rich to include Quidditch

Hogwarts legacy seems to have everything in content except the kitchen sink. For example, Hogwarts legacyThe State of Play presentation walked fans through the activities they will be participating in in and around the Castle, with a clear focus on exploration.

The interior of the school now seems to be one of the smaller places to explore since so much of Hogsmeade and areas beyond the castle walls have been shared. It’s fair for WB Games Avalanche to focus on their efforts Hogwarts legacy‘s narrative and exploratory qualities that seem satisfying on their own.

Through countless gameplay clips and teasers, some has now been revealed to suggest that there will be several areas outside of the castle for players to explore, mentioning that one area beyond the Black Lake is even accessible. It’s not sure how much of this content will be linear or limited to side quests, but it still shows how much content Hogwarts legacy will have without also having included Quidditch. However, if fans want Quidditch to be playable, they may need to support it Hogwarts legacy enough to warrant a sequel.

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Broom races may lead to Quidditch in a Hogwarts Legacy sequel

A Hogwarts legacy The sequel will have a hard time surpassing the amount of content the original seems to have, making the decision to postpone or reschedule Quidditch a great one. In the absence of a playable Quidditch feature Hogwarts legacy will feature broom racing challenges instead.

This appears to be a sort of middle ground that WB Games Avalanche is passing along as an olive branch to fans disappointed that Quidditch isn’t playable. Broom races can be compelling as they take players through the open world terrain and beyond, and can showcase how Quidditch in a would work Hogwarts legacy Consequence.

Although fans shouldn’t count on it anymore Hogwarts legacy Incorporating Quidditch into your core game, there’s always an opportunity Hogwarts legacy‘s DLC is said to include Quidditch, although that can be ruled out if previous FAQ explanations refer to both Hogwarts legacy‘s base game and its planned post-launch slate. However, the more likely result is that a Hogwarts legacy Sequel or spinoff would feature Quidditch and perhaps be a big proponent of its core gameplay.

Hogwarts legacy launches on February 10th, 2023 for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S with a Switch version also in development.

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TaraSubramaniam is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. TaraSubramaniam joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: tarasubramaniam@interreviewed.com.

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