Hogwarts Legacy – the next Harry Potter game – has been delayed from 2021 to 2022. On Wednesday, developer of Hogwarts Legacy Avalanche Software and Portkey Games (the Harry Potter video game publishing label owned by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment) announced that they needed more time to deliver the “best possible experience”. As such, Hogwarts Legacy has been pushed back for a year. Hogwarts Legacy is set in the titular school in the 1800s, a century before The Chosen One – Harry Potter, duh – ever lived.
“We would like to thank fans around the world for the tremendous response to the announcement of Hogwarts Legacy from our Portkey Games label,” the makers of Hogwarts Legacy said in a prepared statement on Twitter. “Creating the best possible experience for all fans of the Wizarding World and the games is paramount to us, so we give the game the time it needs. Hogwarts Legacy will be released in 2022. “
The open-world action RPG Hogwarts Legacy was originally announced in September. Avalanche then revealed that players would step into the shoes of a “student who holds the key to an ancient secret that threatens to tear the wizarding world apart.” You received a late acceptance into Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Witchcraft and soon discover that you are no ordinary student: you possess an unusual ability to perceive and master ancient magic.
For Avalanche, based in the United States, Utah, Hogwarts Legacy is the largest project he has undertaken in its history. Best known for developing the Disney Infinity series lately, Avalanche was shut down after Disney shut down Disney Interactive Studios in 2016. But a year later, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has acquired and renewed the flame. avalanche Software should not be confused with Avalanche The studios, the Swedish developer behind Just Cause 4.
Hogwarts Legacy will be released in 2022 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.
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