- Hogwarts Legacy generated over $1 billion in revenue, proving its immense popularity among fans and creating anticipation for future adventures in its world.
- There is limitless potential for new content in Hogwarts Legacy, including more classes, spells, beasts, cosmetics, open-world areas, and potentially story-based content, expanding the immersive experience for players.
While there was a lot of hype for Hogwarts Legacy as its release date neared, no one could have really anticipated just how popular it would become. Naturally, fans flocked to it and Hogwarts Legacy ended up generating over $1 billion in revenue. Because of that success, Avalanche Software has plans for even more adventures within its world.
Avalanche has yet to share concrete details about what exactly it has planned for Hogwarts Legacy besides the PS5 exclusive quest becoming available to everyone this summer. It will likely be a little bit before it is ready to share any other news, but when it does, it has the chance to blow audiences away once again.
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After Hogwarts Legacy launched in February 2023, fans were instantly clamoring for some type of new content. However, Avalanche did not add anything noteworthy via post-launch updates, there was no roadmap, and it had also said that there were no plans for DLC. Luckily, as 2024 begins, it seems like the studio is actually ready to deliver.
With a brief tweet, Avalanche Software revealed that Hogwarts Legacy will be getting new updates and features throughout the year. The details of those updates remain a mystery, but the studio promises that players will know more soon. While there is a chance that these updates will simply add cosmetics or fix bugs, the studio may also be planning something even bigger. And if it is, then Hogwarts Legacy could have a fantastic year ahead of it.
There is Limitless Potential for New Hogwarts Legacy Content
Hogwarts Legacy gave players Hogwarts and its surroundings in all of its glory. Along with that, Avalanche packed the world with things to discover, classes to attend, and all sorts of magical shenanigans for players to engage with. All of that made for a fantastic experience for fans, which many will not soon forget. Additionally, it also built some strong foundations for future Wizarding World adventures to build upon with even more exciting content.
There is so much more Avalanche could do with Hogwarts Legacy if it really wanted to. For starters, it should pack the world with even more classes to attend. Even if those classes do not really reward the players with much, part of the Wizarding World fantasy is the school aspect, which Hogwarts Legacy only went so far with. Through updates, players should be able to attend classes whenever they want just because they can.
Along with classes, Avalanche should also introduce new spells to the game. Hogwarts Legacy already had 27 spells to play with, but the Harry Potter series had around 80 different spells mentioned. That means that Avalanche did not even put half of the available spells into the game, which needs to be rectified. Even though many of the spells may be useless, players should still be given the option so that they can truly feel like they are a part of the world.
Hogwarts Legacy could also be expanded with more beasts, cosmetics, open-world areas, and maybe even some story-based content. Avalanche may have said it had no plans for DLC, but after the game’s success, it would make a lot of sense if the studio changed its mind.
Harry Potter: Hogwarts Legacy
$43 $70 Save $27
- Harry Potter
- February 10, 2023
- T For Teen Due To Blood, Fantasy Violence, Mild Language, Use of Alcohol
- How Long To Beat
- 26 Hours
- PS Plus Availability