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Hogwarts Legacy has over 120 hours of content, says developer

Hogwarts Legacy has over 120 hours of content, says developer

Hogwarts Legacy is a whopper and could take you over 120 hours to see all that it has to offer.

We’re fast approaching the release of Hogwarts Legacy. If you’re a PC, PlayStation 5, or Xbox Series X/S owner, then you’ll soon gain access on 10 February. Ordered the Deluxe or Collector’s Edition? You’ll gain early access on 7 February. The rest of you will have to wait, I'm afraid.

It’s recently been unveiled that Hogwarts Legacy will have over 100 side quests, which confirms what we suspected about this game having a huge map. You don’t need to be a good wizard either, if you have a penchant for dark wizardry. Players can be ‘as dark as they like,’ and won’t be punished by the game. If you’re wondering how long it’ll take to complete Hogwarts Legacy, steady yourselves because it’s a big one. Let’s just say, we’re talking triple-digits.

Check out the latest cinematic trailer for Hogwarts Legacy below.

As reported by GameReactor, one developer has confirmed that it could take up to 120 hours to see all that Hogwarts Legacy has to offer with the main questline coming in at around 40 hours. Lead designer Kelly Murphy said, “So we are finding it is hard to put a number on, just based on play styles but for a first-time playthrough, if you just go through the mainline, you are looking at a 40-hour plus experience. If you decide that you want to do everything you are at over 100 hours, 120 hours probably."

Murphy confessed that the game is so big, there’s still stuff she herself is yet to see. “Anecdotally, I've worked on the game for six years, and I've played through it multiple times, and I have not seen every part of Hogwarts. There are parts of Hogwarts, the school, that I haven't even seen,” she added.

Hogwarts Legacy is already topping sales charts ahead of its release, but there are plenty of people who have made the decision to boycott the title following author J.K. Rowling’s transphobic comments. Some have taken to Steam to protest against it.

Featured Image Credit: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

Topics: Hogwarts Legacy, Harry Potter, Warner Bros