Hogwarts Legacy: We have great news if you’re planning to finish 100% Harry Potter RPG!

The release of Hogwarts Legacy Hogwarts Legacy is fast approaching, and Avalanche Software revealed a lot of new information this week. By the way, one of them concerns a very important feature of the Harry Potter RPG that most fans have been looking forward to.

We can create 4 different characters!

This is very good news for everyone Pottery Who absolutely wanted to make 4 different parts so they could Test 4 available homes : GryffindorAnd SlytherinAnd Ravenclaw And Hufflepuff. This information was confirmed by the Warner Bros. Games support team on Twitter. So it will be possible Create 4 different characters With their unique physique, surname/first name and home. In addition to allowing fans to visit all the common rooms in the castle and enjoy each story with companions for example, or even being able to play a role by consciously turning towards evil forces and wiser ones, this will also allow families Being able to have all the members play a different role.

Better yet, this seemed to confirm a trophy leak that indicated you had to visit the dormitories of every house in the game. If you want to complete the game 100%, it seems necessary to play every house.

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It is also interesting to note that for each of these four parts, we will have:

  • Two types of backups: automatic backup and manual backup
  • For automatic backup, 5 slots will be available,
  • For manual backup, 10 slots will be available.

No cross progression

Still on the Warner Bros Games Twitter, it has been confirmed that cross-save and cross-progression will be Features missing from Hogwarts Legacy. If you start a game on PC for example, you won’t be able to find it on another platform like Nintendo Switch or PS4. Information that might make sense for a single player game without online features but it’s still important to note, especially if you haven’t chosen the platform you’ll be playing on.

We’re also learning that the game will be available on Steamdeck as soon as it’s released on February 10th, that next-generation consoles (PS5 and Xbox Series) will have either Resolution (30fps) or Performance (60fps) graphics modes, or that early access 72 hours for Deluxe and Collector’s Editions also applies to physical editions. And as a reminder, the minimum configuration required on PC has been completely changed, so feel free to refer to our dedicated article on the subject.

And if you don’t want to miss any of this week’s other highlights, here’s a brief video:

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