In the Harry Potter books and movies, Deathly Hallows are one of the most deadly things in the universe. At least one Deathly Hallow has been in all previous Harry Potter video games, so fans are wondering how Hogwarts Legacy Deathly Hallows are going to work once the game is out.
In this guide, we'll go over what we know so far about Deathly Hallows in Hogwarts Legacy, with more likely to be revealed in the run up to release.
All Deathly Hallows
There are only three Deathly Hallows in the Harry Potter universe: the Invisibility Cloak, the Resurrection Stone, and the Elder Wand.
The Invisibility Cloak is considered one of the most valuable items in the magical world. You probably already know, but it can make the wearer and items invisible.
Resurrection Stone is one of the scariest Deathly Hallows in the Harry Potter universe. This item allows its owner to temporarily bring a beloved dead person back to life.
The Elder Wand is the third Deathly Hallow in the Harry Potter universe. It is made of elder wood and the Thestral tail. The main feature of The Elder Wand is that it can kill any wizard in the Harry Potter universe, making it the most potent Deathly Hallow.
Are Deathly Hallows in Hogwarts Legacy?
At the time of writing, there have been no official comments on Deathly Hallows are in Hogwarts Legacy. Since Hogwarts Legacy is a big expansive RPG, we'd expect them to be included, though.
Can Deathly Hallows Appear in Hogwarts Legacy?
A big reason for us expecting them to be in the game is that at least one Deathly Hallow has been in all previous Harry Potter games.
Even though Hogwarts Legacy is not focused on the Harry Potter story, the game is set in the late 1800s, so maybe new Deathly Hallows could be added.
As soon as we hear something official on whether Deathly Hallows are in Hogwarts Legacy, and which ones if so, we'll update this guide.
That’s it for what we know so far about Deathly Hallows in Hogwarts Legacy. While you are here, make sure you read our guide on whether you can play Quidditch in Hogwarts Legacy.