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Hogwarts Legacy player uses invisibility spell, discovers deeply disturbing school secret

Hogwarts Legacy player uses invisibility spell, discovers deeply disturbing school secret

One Hogwarts Legacy player has discovered a weird secret by using the Disillusionment Charm to spy on the suits of armour in the halls.

Hundreds of thousands of wannabe witches and wizards have been getting fully immersed in the world of Hogwarts Legacy, and discovering all the secrets that the School of Witchcraft and Wizardry is hiding.

It might be the most successful Harry Potter game of all time, but that’s not to say that everyone is supportive of Hogwarts Legacy’s release. Many are boycotting the title due to its connection to author J.K. Rowling, who has been heavily criticised for making harmful comments about the trans community. While she hasn’t been involved with the development of the game, she will profit from its sales. Actor Sebastian Croft, who starred in Netflix’s LGBTQ+ drama Heartstopper, previously apologised to “anyone hurt” by his involvement with the title, and reiterated that “there is no LGB without the T”.

Take a tour around Hogsmeade in Hogwarts Legacy below.

As Dexerto reports, over on Twitter, one player has now discovered a rather disturbing secret that can be discovered in Hogwarts Castle if you use the Disillusionment Charm to make yourself invisible. It turns out that behind closed doors, those living suits of armour are actually pretty mean to each other, and brutally smash each other into pieces when they think no one’s around to see them. Take a look below.

This is far from the only hidden detail that fans have uncovered. It turns out that players can go to the exact spot where Dumbledore dies in The Half-Blood Prince, but there’s something really weird about it.

Hogwarts Legacy may be a purely single-player game, but modders are already hard at work trying to change that. In fact, a test build is already available for you to explore Hogwarts with your friends. Eventually, up to eight players will be able to hang out together - full functionality is expected to roll out on PC in “a few months”.

The game will be coming to PS4 and Xbox One on 4 April, and Nintendo Switch on 25 July.

Featured Image Credit: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Portkey Games

Topics: Hogwarts Legacy, Harry Potter, Warner Bros