Publisher Warner Bros. Games and developer Avalanche Software have released a “Back to Hogwarts” Featurette for Hogwarts Legacy. The Featurette is “a special presentation crammed full of news and updates, highlighting some of the exciting things the Wizarding World has in store.” Additionally, in celebration of “Back to Hogwarts,” Warner Bros. Games announced that Wizarding World fans can link their Harry Potter Fan Club account with their Warner Bros. Games account to import their house and wand into Hogwarts Legacy. The game will launch on February 10 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. A Nintendo Switch launch date will also be revealed soon.
The full details via Warner Bros. Games can be seen below:
During today’s “Back to Hogwarts” celebrations, fans could tune in to watch “Back To Hogwarts 2022 – A Look Ahead”—a special presentation crammed full of news and updates, highlighting some of the exciting things the Wizarding World has in store.
Theme Park Easter Egg
An unexpected Hogwarts Legacy easter egg was unveiled in a side quest to castle ruins—the same ruins seen in the “Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure” ride at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter inside Universal Orlando Resort’s Islands of Adventure. It is just one of the many references hidden in Hogwarts Legacy for eagled-eyed fans to discover.
Harry Potter Fan Club Account Link
In celebration of “Back to Hogwarts,” Warner Bros. Games today announced that Wizarding World fans can link their Harry Potter Fan Club account with their Warner Bros. Games account to import their house and wand into Hogwarts Legacy. Based on the Harry Potter Fan Club’s official Sorting Experience, together with the Wand Ceremony, players can bring their authentic self into Hogwarts Legacy. Linking accounts will also unlock a Beaked Skull Mask and exclusive “House Fan-Atic School Robes” in game, a special set of robes so players can represent their Hogwarts house with style.
House Common Room Tours
Additionally, there was a look at the entrances and interiors of the house common rooms at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Starting with Slytherin’s entrance hidden behind a slithering arch of a stone serpent, through the lavish Gryffindor common room set in one of the tallest towers, and the warm, brightly lit Ravenclaw lounge, to the not often seen Hufflepuff common room bathed in natural sunlight through a skylight, players will have plenty to explore in the game.