A whole new gameplay showcase just happened for Hogwarts Legacy and the Harry Potter fans are excited to play the upcoming game as it teases some of the well-known features of the title where it is based on like a broomstick fight and the "Avada Kedavra" curse.
Hogwarts Legacy just had its second gameplay showcase last Wednesday and it is an eventful release which excites the Harry Potter fans even more to get ahold of the upcoming game that will be coming out in February next year. See the full showcase above.
The new gameplay of Hogwarts Legacy features a broomstick fight, and the infamous "Avada Kedavra" curse which has only one purpose: to kill. As one of the most powerful spells in the lore, it's actually not that easily commanded, too, which makes the spell a whole lot interesting.
In the game, the players could use the Avada Kedavra killing curse to drain the enemy's health, and that is quite a helpful skill to master to be successful in the goal. The developers of the game, indeed, injected the curse to the game in all faithfulness to its source material.
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Set in the 80s, Hogwarts Legacy will be following a fifth-year student at Hogwarts who isn't like any other because he started a little later than the other students, and he holds some mysterious key that could manipulate ancient magic which could tear the wizarding world apart.
While it is still a mystery how this powerful forgotten magic returned and resurfaced, the players get to unravel its secrets while interacting with familiar names in the wizarding world like The Fat Lady, Peeves, and Nearly Headless Nick.
Hogwarts Legacy will also introduce a new character, the mentor of the player, Professor Eleazar Fig. Players of the game will get to meet villains like Victor Rookwood, the head of the Dark Wizards, and Ranrok, the head of the Goblin Rebellion.
Hogwarts Legacy is slated for an official release on February 10, 2023 for PC, Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.