Gamer fans of Harry Potter have a strong complaint: there is no good game that does justice to this franchise. Based on the reviews that have come out of Hogwarts Legacy, it seems that we will finally have what we have been waiting for so long: the first good video game in this universe.
According to the review made by the site ign.com to Hogwarts Legacy, which is about to go on sale, the world of Harry Potter is finally done justice with its first good video game. According to experts, JK Rowling’s books are well reflected in the game. The combat and exploration parts are good enough to satisfy the most demanding fans of the Hogwarts wizard and even those of role-playing and science fiction games.
Howarts Legacy takes place in the late 19th century in the Wizarding World Universe. This means that there is no Voldemort, Dumbledore or Weasley here. The role of the player (or player, as the case may be) is that of a fifth-year student who transferred to Hogwarts. You can choose all the appearance of her: the complexion, the hair color, the type of eyebrows and even the tone of voice and if you want her to be a witch or a wizard. Almost immediately you will enter the daily school rhythms of the wizarding school.
You will have missions to accomplish
According to the review, the time in which they had a chance to play was divided into two sections: in the first, the character was asked to infiltrate and destabilize a network of dragon fights. In the other, much quieter, it takes place during a pleasant afternoon in the castle grounds. There the player is asked to solve side quests.
Hogwarts Legacy will be out on February 10 for the PS5, Xbox Series, and PC platforms. It will be out on April 4 for PS4, Xbox One and on July 25 for Nintendo Switch. We want to play it now!
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