A new Hogwarts Legacy comparison video was shared online today, highlighting the masterful recreation job done by Avalanche Software in their soon-to-be-released open-world role-playing game.
The new video, which has been shared on YouTube by ElAnalistaDeBits, compares several locations in the game with the same ones seen in the Harry Potter movies, further highlighting how Hogwarts Legacy is an incredibly accurate labor of love that all fans of the franchise will appreciate.
ElAnalistaDeBits also shared on YouTube some Hogwarts Legacy 4K, ultra settings PC footage showcasing free roam gameplay. Although the specifications of the system used to run the game aren't detailed, it seems like Hogwarts Legacy runs smoothly enough compared to other recent PC games.
Hogwarts Legacy launches on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S on February 10th. The game will release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on April 4th and on Nintendo Switch on July 25th. You can learn more about the game by checking out Chris' review in progress.
In terms of story, Hogwarts Legacy also manages to capture the magical feel of Harry Potter. It does it successfully by being set a good century before the events of the novels. We'll meet a few Weasleys, even a gaunt, to name a few. The only known characters from the other formats you'll know are the ghosts of Hogwarts, with you crossing with Peeves, chatting with Nearly-Headless Nick (if you're Gryffindor, I assume other houses will be different) and other longer-term fixtures. Fortunately, and as far as I am, the game manages to forge its path incredibly well, adding in a few canonical elements, such as ancient magic. I'm not at the end, so if it is canon, I'm curious how they explain away the lack of ancient magic in later stories.
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