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Hogwarts Legacy fans gather to thank devs for capturing the magic of their childhoods

Kate Harrold

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Hogwarts Legacy fans gather to thank devs for capturing the magic of their childhoods

Featured Image Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

Hogwarts Legacy may not have gained any nominations at this year’s The Game Awards, but that doesn’t mean it’s without its fans.

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It’s been a stacked year for gaming. Hogwarts Legacy and Starfield perhaps have the highest profiles amongst this year’s ‘snubbed’ titles. The calibre of the competition is just so high though. Hogwarts Legacy lays strong foundations, but there’s certainly room for growth - especially in terms of populating its relatively empty and repetitive open-world. That being said, I’d be shocked if a sequel didn’t do just that. Hogwarts Legacy is a huge commercial success, so it stands every chance that a sequel is on the way. No such thing has yet been announced. Fans have gathered though to thank developers for so perfectly capturing the magic of their childhoods.

Take a look at Hogwarts Legacy in action below.

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Reddit user secure-nail-4098 started the ball rolling, writing, “Honestly, [I] just want to thank Avalanche. I remember all those times when I was watching Harry Potter as a kid and when it was bedtime, I would always imagine myself in the Harry Potter world - always wishing for an open-world Harry Potter game. Thank you for creating the open-world Harry Potter game I dreamed of when I was a kid.” Plenty of other players shared similar sentiments.

User kurookei added, “Yes, this! I’m so thankful for this game. I think they really nailed the feel [and] the magic of the world for me. Like Hogsmeade and Hogwarts gives me so much joy,” while geraltze said, “Hogwarts is our home. Always.”

MindlessRadio commented, “Yes! A very big thank you to them for allowing us to experience the magic again. I hope that every single person who worked on this game is proud of what they accomplished.” Awards are just one form of praise. Happy fans are another.

Topics: Hogwarts Legacy, Harry Potter, Warner Bros

Kate Harrold
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