Harry Potter Hogwarts Legacy Will Let You Choose How Your Wizard Plays

Good or Bad

Revealed back during the PlayStation showcase in June, Hogwart's Legacy will be coming to us soon.

It's not clear currently exactly how much this game will have to do with Harry Potter and the famous characters who fans are no doubt so familiar with.

What we do see is just how massive and adventurous this new Hogwarts themed RPG looks.

Now, a new Q&A with the developers has revealed some neat RPG elements going to be present within the game.

Let's take a look! 

 

Moral

It is not uncommon for games to feature some sort of moral/honor system.

This was evident in Red Dead Redemption 2, as the choices you make throughout the world have an impact on what other NPC's think if you.

Whether you are playing to max out your good morals or looking to cause as much chaos as possible, it is always a cool feature to see. 

The post has noted that Hogwarts Legacy may have some elements similar to this moral system.

Hogwarts Legacy is an immersive, open-world, action role-playing-game set in the 1800s wizarding world, which puts players at the centre of their own adventure

Hogwarts Legacy is filled with immersive magic, putting players at the center of their adventure to become the witch or wizard they choose to be. They will grow their character’s abilities as they master powerful spells, hone combat skills and select companions to help them face off against deadly enemies. Players will also encounter missions and scenarios that will challenge their morality and determine what they stand for.

This sounds like over the course of the game players will have difficult choices to make that will affect how our wizard is viewed within the world.

We will have to wait and see! 

 

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