Warner Bros. recently answered some questions about Hogwarts Legacy from Twitter users, including the storage system used. This will therefore only provide four slots.
If you want to play the upcoming Hogwarts Legacy, you will have to get used to not having unlimited saves to save your own started games. This emerges from a response from WB Games Support to a Twitter query.
Accordingly, Hogwarts Legacy will only have four slots for different characters, after that it’s over. The bottom line is that you can save four different runs with correspondingly different characters at the same time – ultimately one per house.
There will be five autosave slots for each character, plus ten slots for manual saves. This will also allow you to manually save before various key events in the game, for example to experience the different consequences of a decision.
However, it will not be possible to transfer saves from PlayStation to PC, for example. Although players can synchronize their accounts on different platforms to dust off rewards, the actual scores cannot be transferred. So progress or characters cannot be transferred from console to PC or vice versa.
Hogwarts Legacy will initially be available on February 10, 2023 for PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. PS4, Xbox One, and Switch variants will follow later in the year.
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