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Harry Potter: finally a release date for the game of Quidditch!

A year ago it came out Hogwarts Legacythe first original video game adventure set in the world ofHarry Potter. And to people complaining about the absence of Quidditch in the title, Warner Bros. Games responded with a new game called Harry Potter: Quidditch Champions. But it's been almost a year since we heard anything… until tonight, during the Summer Game Fest opening ceremony.

The next opus which will delight magic lovers has revealed its very first images and they are promising. As expected, it will be possible to play team matches against real players, like a FIFA but on a broom. Contrary to Hogwarts Legacy which takes place well before the birth of Harry Potter, we find the wizard with glasses in this game, as well as his closest friends from the literary and cinematographic saga.

There are always gray areas compared to pure gameplay. It seems that teams are made up of three players, and should have very specific roles to allow balance in play against the opposing team. We will have to wait for more images to get a clear idea of ​​the playability in real conditions.

A release date, finally!

It's been more than a year since Harry Potter: Quidditch Champions is in beta playtesting for a select number of players. Improvements were made based on initial player feedback, which explains why Warner Bros. Games finally decides to show it to the world. The good news is that you won't have to wait long to find out since it will be released next September 3 on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch and PC.

PlayStation players are the lucky ones since the title will arrive on the day of its release on the PlayStation Plus service. They will therefore be able to benefit from it at no additional cost, for the price of their usual subscription. This is a practice that is not common for Sony, so we must welcome the approach. In view of previous partnerships between the firm and Warner Bros. Games, the news is not that surprising, however.

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