Warner Bros. Interactive stated shortly after the Hogwarts Legacy State of Play presentation that the game will be released for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X, as well as the Nintendo Switch. Hogwarts Legacy appears to be a rather large and demanding game, so how well it will operate on the Switch is yet unknown. However, there was no mention of a Switch version that could only be played via the cloud, so it appears that the creators were able to create a proper native Switch version that will probably be offered as both a download and a physical cartridge.
Hogwarts Legacy is an open-world single-player action RPG set in the 1800s, therefore no Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, or Ron Weasley will appear. Players assume the character of a Hogwarts student on a “dangerous mission to learn a hidden reality of the wizarding world,” according to the game’s description. You can watch gameplay demo for PS4/5 Platforms not for Nintendo Switch yet.
The game’s combat, which involves casting attacking and defensive spells, was featured in a recent PlayStation State of Play show. Enemies can also be enchanted and stunned. Enhancing skills in potion-making and magic, among other things, is one of the RPG components. The players’ mount will be a broom, which will allow them to easily fly about the castle.
Avalanche Software also clarified the possibilities of multiplayer, in addition to confirming that there would be no microtransactions in the game. Hogwarts Legacy will not have multiplayer, according to the makers, and will instead be a solely single-player gaming experience when it comes later this year.
Unfortunately, no exact release date for Hogwarts Legacy has been given. Some fans hoped to obtain one at the State of Play presentation, and while they didn’t get one, they were given the release date. Unless there are any delays, Hogwarts Legacy is planned to be released over the Christmas season, most likely between October and December.