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How to Participate in Broom Trials in Hogwarts Legacy


Hogwarts Legacy is a game that we have been playing since it was available in Early Access, and we thoroughly like it. It is available on all consoles and personal computers, and it has been praised by critics all around the world. The original Harry Potter novels and films have served as inspiration for the game’s main storyline as well as the game’s side quests. You won’t want to get up from your seats because the game is so engaging and fun to play! Imelda Reyes, a student in Slytherin, is the one who plans and arranges the Broom Trials. The Broom Trials are an important aspect of the Hogwarts Legacy game, and this article will teach you how to compete in them. So let’s get started:

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How to Participate in Broom Trials in Hogwarts Legacy

After beginning the side quest “Sweeping The Competition,” you will need to go and talk to Imelda Reyes in order to take part in the Broom Trials. Albie, who works at the Broom Store in Hogsmeade, will give you this quest when you visit him there. After a brief discussion about the broom enhancements with him, you will be given the mission to go and speak with Imelda Reyes. This will take place after you have met up with him.

After following the white marker on the map, get on your broom and fly to the spot that has been indicated. It is important to keep in mind that you can gain a speed boost by simultaneously pressing the Shift key and the left mouse button.

Interacting with her as soon as you reach her will prompt her to issue a challenge for you to defeat her once more. You will be able to begin with the Broom Trials as soon as you accept the challenge. If you click the Space button on your keyboard, the broom will move upwards, and if you press the Ctrl button, it will move downwards. Keep in mind that you must complete all of the brooms in order to avoid incurring a time penalty. If you fail any of the rings, you will lose three seconds.

While you are getting started with the Time Challenge, keep in mind that these are the goals that need to be accomplished. To begin, you will need to navigate your way through 20 enormous rings. Next, if you want to beat Imelda’s time, you will need to cross the finish line in less than 2 minutes, 26 seconds, and 22 milliseconds (2:26:22). The flying circuit has some curves that can be confusing, so watch out that you don’t lose track of your surroundings and that you don’t miss any rings while you’re in the air. One useful piece of advice is to keep the left mouse button depressed while you go through the yellow bubbles on the track. This will allow you to maintain high speeds throughout the entire course.

Interact with Imelda Ryes once again when you have finished the circuit within the allotted amount of time. Return to Albie when the cutscene is through and give him feedback on the broom’s performance. The “Sweeping the Competition” side quest will be finished after you give Albie your feedback. You are need to go to the podium with the leaderboards in order to check your time and begin new races if you wish to take part in another round of the Imelda Reyes course.

So, this was everything you needed to know in order to take part in the Broom Trials in Hogwarts Legacy.


Will you be able to fly a broom in Hogwarts Legacy?

In order to ride a broomstick in Hogwarts Legacy, you will first need to finish the Flying Class quest that is given to you by Professor Kogawa. This quest becomes available rather early on in the game.

How do you get to the third broom trial in Hogwarts Legacy?

In order to complete the third Broom Flight Trial, you will have to travel to the most southern part of the map and meet with Imelda there, as depicted in the following image. To get to the coast, you will have to trek through a mine that is infested with Ranrok Loyalists, including a mini-boss named Ogbert the Odd at the very end of the mine.

How do you get the broom upgrade 2 in Hogwarts Legacy?

Broom Upgrade 2

The first broom improvement is easier to complete than the second one. The cost of the second improvement is going to be four thousand gold. It is imperative that you finish the ‘Sweeping the Competition’ side quest. In order to get a spot on the leader board for the time trial that is situated to the north of Irondale, you will need to achieve a time that is satisfactory for the time trial.

What is the fastest broom in Hogwarts?

The Firebolt is equipped with Braking Charm and has the highest top speed, clocking in at 150 miles per hour in under 10 seconds.