The developers at Avalanche Software are sweetening the start of the weekend with two new trailers for “Hogwarts Legacy”. These allow you a detailed look at the game world of the fantasy adventure and show, among other things, the house of Hufflepuff.
As announced a few days ago, the open-world adventure “Hogwarts Legacy” is one of the titles that will unfortunately be postponed until next year.
Shortly before the start of the weekend, two new trailers were released, which will make the waiting time until the final release a little sweeter. The first trailer is from a new series of trailers that will introduce you to the different houses of Hogwarts. In this case, it starts with the house of Hufflepuff.
In the second new trailer, the developers from Avalanche Software go into detail about the game world of “Hogwarts Legacy”, show you various locations and activities and also chat about the goals that were pursued when creating the game world.
Write your own history at Hogwarts
The action of “Hogwarts Legacy” begins in the 19th century and, according to official information, will offer you the opportunity to write your very own story in the world of Hogwarts. Using an extensive character editor, you first create your own magician or your own sorceress and then take on the fight against a dark power.
“Experience Hogwarts in the 19th century. Find allies, fight against black magic and ultimately decide the fate of the wizarding world. Your legacy is what you make of it. Live the unwritten,” the developers at Avalanche Software explain about the story of “Hogwarts Legacy”.
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After the last postponement, “Hogwarts Legacy” will be released on February 10, 2023 for the PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S. The port to Nintendo’s Switch will follow at a later date. In addition to a standard edition, a Collector’s Edition will be released with the release of “Hogwarts Legacy”, which includes a steel book and exclusive DLCs such as the “Onyx Hippogriff” mount.
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