Are you accident-prone in games? Are you wondering is there fall damage in Hogwarts Legacy? Hogwarts Legacy will be your safe haven? If this is you, don't worry, it happens to all of us. But is Hogwarts Legacy going to be the safest place for your character? Read on and we'll tell you.
Fall damage has been a mainstay mechanic in games for many years, and it permeates nearly all genres of games. It's prevalent the most shooters and in role-playing games.
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Is there fall damage in Hogwarts Legacy?
For those who are fall damage prone, unfortunately for you, it exists in Hogwarts Legacy. There are tons of high places to fall from; balconies, rooftops, mountains, and unfortunately, you're going to suffer fall damage for all of it. So don't think launching yourself off a cliff will save you time.
You're safe jumping down a flight of stairs after a run. You won't have a soft landing, but you won't curl in on yourself. Trying to jump straight down to a cave on the beach, though? That'll hurt.
Because it's entirely possible to miss a step and tumble, we recommend having a bunch of Wiggenweld Potions at the ready, just in case you don't die but happen to land in the middle of a Poacher camp. And if it's a particularly high area out in the hills, you might still have a chance to call your broom to catch you. That's style.
And that's all you need to know about fall damage in Hogwarts Legacy. While you're here, be sure to check out some of our other Hogwarts Legacy guides, such as our Hogwarts Legacy potions list, our guide to getting Horklump Juice, and our guide to the Hogwarts Legacy Wizard's Field Guide.