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According to an FAQ on the game’s website, it’s “a fast-paced, competitive multiplayer game featuring the world’s most iconic magical sport”.
It’s billed as “a complete, standalone Quidditch experience” that “engages players in the sport of Quidditch and other broomstick adventures alongside friends in a competitive, multiplayer setting”.
The game will let users create and customise their own Quidditch players. It will require an internet connection, whether playing solo or as a team online.
Quidditch Champions has been in development for several years at LA-based Unbroken Studios, which is also currently contributing to the console versions of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.
The studio, which employs around 100 staff, previously developed and self-published mobile multiplayer shooter Fantastic Plastic Squad and PC battle royale game Fractured Lands.
Warner will hold limited playtests for Harry Potter: Quidditch Champions from April 21-22 and players can register here for a chance to participate.
Like Harry Potter spin-off Hogwarts Legacy, the game is set to be published under Warner’s Portkey Games label.
A release date for Harry Potter: Quidditch Champions has not been set.
Hogwarts Legacy sold over 12 million copies and raked in $850 million in sales globally in the first two weeks following its release in February, making it Warner’s biggest launch ever.