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Warner Bros reveals opening cinematic for Hogwarts Legacy

Hogwarts Legacy will hopefully deliver the experience that Harry Potter fans have been dreaming of for many years and today Warner Bros has released the game’s beautiful opening cinematic. Hogwarts Legacy is developed by Avalanche Software, the team behind the explosive open world mayhem of the Just Cause franchise, and will see players begin their education at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Hogwarts Legacy was recently pushed back on the Nintendo Switch and will be arriving this July, though the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC versions are still on track to release next month on 10th February.

“Hogwarts Legacy is an open-world action RPG set in the world first introduced in the Harry Potter books. Embark on a journey through familiar and new locations as you explore and discover magical beasts, customize your character and craft potions, master spell casting, upgrade talents and become the wizard you want to be.

Experience Hogwarts in the 1800s. Your character is a student who holds the key to an ancient secret that threatens to tear the wizarding world apart. Make allies, battle Dark wizards, and ultimately decide the fate of the wizarding world. Your legacy is what you make of it. Live the Unwritten.”

3 thoughts on “Warner Bros reveals opening cinematic for Hogwarts Legacy”

    1. Maybe nice for Nintendo fans. Rest of us have to now suffer an inferior product as compromises are made for Nintendo. This is the sort of decision that stops it becoming a massive hit on big boy consoles.

      1. Not really, if you are looking at the specs needed to play it on a next gen, I doubt it suffers from any compromises, at all. It’s even pretty demanding. Also, the Switch version will only come out 6 months after the release of next gen consoles, so you can assume during these 6 months they will basically work on the switch ‘compromises’ only, without touching the already released versions.

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