Harry Potter: Quidditch Champions Standalone Game Revealed

Fans of Harry Potter that got to play Hogwarts Legacy recently were disappointed to find out that the franchise’s magical sport Quidditch was absent. Many were hoping that a piece of downloadable content would finally add the fabled sport that Harry and his Hogwarts classmates played during his time at the School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Though we won’t see any Quidditch DLC for Hogwarts Legacy any time soon, Harry Potter fans looking to get their fix on Quidditch will have an entirely different game to check out. It might be time to get those flying broom skills ready.

Warner Bros. Games announced a standalone game called Harry Potter: Quidditch Champions. The game will allow players to participate in the iconic Wizarding World sport in a competitive multiplayer setting. Very few details about the game are currently available outside of the initial announcement, but WB Games did state that signups for a playtest of Quidditch Champions are open. Fans of Harry Potter can visit the Warner Bros. Games website for Quidditch Champions and sign up to join the playtest, which will allow you to create a custom character and play with others online.

While no specific platforms were given for the game, multiple outlets are reporting that it will be for both consoles and PC. Playing Quidditch Champions will also require a constant internet connection. The game has been in development for several years by Unbroken Studios, whose previous work includes the battle royale game Fractured Lands and assisting Rocksteady Studios on the recently delayed Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League. Warner Bros. Games will also publish Harry Potter: Quidditch Champions under the Portkey Games label.

In addition to everything announced with the playtest and reveal, no official release date for the game was given. Quidditch is a major part of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter franchise. Previous video games based on the Harry Potter films and books have included Quidditch in some form, either as mini-games or as a full game, such as in Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup back in 2003. With the announcement of Harry Potter: Quidditch Champions, this will mark the first next-gen version of the sport we’ve seen in a long time. Whether we’ll still see something like Hogwarts Legacy get its own version of Quidditch is anyone’s guess, but anybody that was in the mood for this magical sport will get their fix soon enough.

Are you going to check out Harry Potter: Quidditch Champions when it finally releases? Did you sign up for the playtest of the game? Share your thoughts down below in the comment section!

Share this content!

ClownfishTV.com strives to be an apolitical, balanced and based pop culture news outlet. However, our contributors are entitled to their individual opinions. Author opinions expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect the views of our video hosts, other site contributors, site editors, affiliates, sponsors or advertisers. This website contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. We disclaim products or services we have received for review purposes, as well as sponsored posts.

Jakejames Lugo

View all posts

Shop Now!

Final Fantasy VII Tifa Lockhart Bring Arts Action Figure

Support Us!


Close Subscribe Card