You probably don’t know this, but there is a way to play Hogwarts Legacy before February 10th.
In just one month, fans ofHarry Potter will finally be able to get their hands on the video game title Hogwarts Legacy. The game is highly anticipated by a large community of moviegoers and gamers, so its release will not go unnoticed. It would be interesting to know how many people in France intend to call in sick on next February 10 to take full advantage of the title.
However, it is possible to test the game a few days before this fateful date. Some players will indeed be able to create their character and wander around Hogwarts from next February 7, three days before the rest of the world. To do this, nothing could be simpler, all you have to do is pre-order the Deluxe version of the game. Indeed, this edition gives you early access to the title in addition to offering you additional content.
A detail, but which makes all the difference for a true fan of the franchise. In 72 hours, some will even have time to finish the game before he even left. In the Deluxe edition, you will also find some elements to use in game such as the black magic pack and the black mage cap.
Expected as the messiah of the magical world
After his announcement, Hogwarts Legacy has been discreet for many months until providing us with a flood of information very recently, including several gameplay videos. The title developed by Warner Bros. Games will allow you to immerse yourself in the world of the little wizard 200 years before his arrival at Hogwarts. Voldemort isn’t in the game yet, but the threats from the outside world are just as real, and you’ll have to foil the plans of evil forces before the school year is out.
Like any modern experience, you’ll be able to customize your character physically, choose their house (whether it’s loyal to your house on Wizarding World or not), and make friends throughout your adventure. No co-op planned at the moment, and old-gen versions (PS4 and Xbox One) are not expected before April 4.
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