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Hogwarts Legacy hidden cutscene lets you learn a spell you missed

Hogwarts Legacy hidden cutscene lets you learn a spell you missed

A second chance to make a bad decision

There is nothing worse than making a decision in a game only to discover that content gets locked to you because of it. Luckily, Hogwarts Legacy did not have that problem according to a recent discovery.

First released over a year ago, Hogwarts Legacy took the gaming world by storm due to its inspiration from the much-loved Harry Potter franchise.

Check out one of the Hogwarts Legacy trailers below!

Taking place in Hogwarts castle and surrounding areas, players got to finally live out their magical dreams by learning spells, riding broomsticks, frolicking around Hogsmeade and attending classes to name just a few.

However, one of the most important features was learning spells which would aid the player not only in combat, but in day-to-day life around the castle. As well as learning standard spells such as Lumos and Alohomora, the Unforgivable Curses were also available to learn should the player choose to do so.

Giving the player the ability to torture an enemy with Cruciatus, control their minds with Imperius or even kill them with Avada Kedavra, these spells have extreme consequences and those who wish to have a “good” run may not want to learn them at all.

As a result, refusing to learn the Imperius Curse when first prompted may have players believe that is the only chance to do so. However, thanks to one player over on r/HarryPotterGame, it turns out you can have a second chance at learning it in an easily missable cutscene.

“TIL there's a second chance to learn Imperio if you refuse Ominis twice! Mind blown!” they wrote alongside the cutscene in question.

However, fans in the comments were quick to explain why they chose not to learn the Imperius Curse with many admitting they felt guilt over using it.

Regardless, it is interesting to see the chance to go back on your choices later on in the game.

Featured Image Credit: Avalanche Software

Topics: Hogwarts Legacy, Harry Potter, Warner Bros