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House Sorting Quiz – Hogwarts Legacy Game vs. Wizarding World Differences Explained

Check out our guide to find out how the Wizarding World and Hogwarts Legacy Sorting Hat ceremonies are different.

Fans of Harry Potter may be wondering what the differences are between being sorted into their Hogwarts House in the Wizarding World website, and in Hogwarts Legacy game. Let us help you figure out how these two worlds can connect, and how they are different. Check out our guide: House Sorting Quiz – Hogwarts Legacy Game vs. Wizarding World Differences Explained.

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Differences Between Wizarding World and Hogwarts Legacy House Sorting

Hogwarts Legacy players can get sorted into their Hogwarts House just like in the Harry Potter books and movies in a ceremony using the Sorting Hat. The four houses are: Griffindor, Slytherin, Hufflepuff, and Ravenclaw. There are actually two ways to get sorted into a house- answering questions in-game, or by linking your Wizarding World account! We will touch more on that further on, for now let’s have a look at the in-game quiz.

The Sorting Hat will ask some questions during the ceremony, trying to find out what sort of a person you are so it can determine which Hogwarts House you belong in. Answering the questions will influence the outcome in different ways.

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The first question “You come here with preferences and preconceptions – certain expectations” will not effect which house you are sorted into so answer whatever you feel is right for you.

The next question “Hmm. I wonder. Hmm. I detect something in you. A certain sense of – hmm – what is it?” is the one that will decide which house you belong in so answer carefully:

  • Daring (Griffindor)
  • Curiosity (Ravenclaw)
  • Loyalty (Hufflepuff)
  • Ambition (Slytherin)

That is that, you will be sorted into your chosen house! But what if you have already been assigned your Hogwarts House on the Wizarding World site? As many of you will know, you can be sorted into a Hogwarts House by signing up to Wizarding World. There you will be taken through some randomised questions. These are a lot more vague than the simple Hogwarts Legacy question and here are also a lot more of them!

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Sorting Hat (via Hogwarts Legacy)

If you are happy with the house you were sorted into for Wizarding World then you should link your account there to your Hogwarts Legacy account by following the next steps. This process also rewards you with some extra goodies to use in-game!

  1. Create a Warner Bros account
  2. Visit the account linking page on Wizarding World
  3. Click ‘Get Sorted’ if you are not yet sorted into a house, and also choose your wand
  4. Click ‘Let’s Go!’ on the Legacy account link page
  5. Click on ‘Go to WB Games’
  6. Go to Connections
  7. Link with your gaming platform

So that is all you need to know about these two ways of sorting your Hogwarts house in Hogwarts Legacy, and the differences between them! Next up, check out the rest of our Hogwarts Legacy section to get you started on this epic new game. Good luck.

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Rowan has been creating content for Touch Tap Play since 2021. When she’s not writing game guides, Rowan can be found trying out new mobile games, laughing during horror movies, or wandering in the Devon countryside with her dog. She has a love/hate relationship with Dead By Daylight, and a healthy obsession with Fortnite.

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