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Hogwarts Legacy – How to Upgrade Broom



Upgrade Broom

Broom is one of the ways to quickly get around the Wizarding World Map of Hogwarts Legacy. Players will be able to get themselves a broom after a few hours into the game which will help them get to far undiscovered places quickly. However, players can also increase the speed and acceleration of their Broom by upgrading it.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to upgrade broom in Hogwarts Legacy.

Upgrading Broom

Players who have got their Broom in the game will know that the Broom can only be obtained from the shop named “Spintwitches Sporting Needs” in Hogsmeade Village. Broom will cost players 600 Galleon Gold and if players would want to upgrade their Broom, they will have to complete the questline of an NPC named “Albie Weekes”.

Albie Weekes is the owner of the “Spintwitches Sporting Needs” and after you have bought the broom, you will unlock his questline. In his questline, you will get to complete the following quests.

  • Flight Test
  • Sweeping the Competition
  • The Sky is the Limit

In each of the quest, you will have to set a new record in different areas of the world map. The records have been set by a girl named “Imelda Reyes”. By setting a new record in the quest, you will have to tell your progress to Albie Weekes and then he will offer you an upgrade to your broom. However, the upgrades are not free and you will have to pay for them.

All Upgrades of Broom

There are total of three upgrades that you can get for your Broom. Each of the upgrade will gradually increase the Acceleration and Speed of your Broom. By completing each quest, you will be offered an upgrade by Albie Weekes. The price for each upgrade is the following.

  • Upgrade I – 1,000 Gold
  • Upgrade II – 4,000 Gold
  • Upgrade III – 7,500 Gold

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