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Hogwarts Legacy players find worst possible use for Avada Kedavra

Hogwarts Legacy players find worst possible use for Avada Kedavra

If you're diving into Hogwarts Legacy's Switch port next month, please don't use Avada Kedavra in this way.

For many of us, Hogwarts Legacy may feel like a distant memory, seeing as the PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S versions all released back in February. For the budding witches and wizards yearning to get their hands on the Nintendo Switch version though, the adventure is just about to begin.

Hogwarts Legacy is set to release on Nintendo Switch on 14 November. There were some concerns the port may be cancelled. After all, it didn’t appear during the latest Nintendo Direct plus the game already underwent vast simplifications in order to run on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, begging the question: How will the Switch cope? It appears to be coming though. In fact, one Reddit user recently claimed to have their hands on the game, saying it ran surprisingly well, albeit with “stylised” graphics. Do take this leak with a pinch of salt though. If you are planning on diving in next month, you may be intrigued to learn that players have found an upsetting way to use Avada Kedavra.

Enjoy a tour of Hogwarts’ four house common rooms below.

In truth, every way of using Avada Kedavra is upsetting. After all, it is a killing curse. You may recall though that upon release, many Hogwarts Legacy players used the curse on poor unsuspecting kitty cats. Could we see this behaviour repeated when the game launches on Switch next month? I’d hope not, but I’m expecting the worst.

Hogwarts Legacy fans would like to see a morality system introduced in a potential sequel, seeing as you can be an absolute tyrant in the game and you’ll be no worse off for it. Seriously, you can murder every enemy you stumble across and will still be considered to be a top student. You may get the odd dirty look off your fellow students and teachers if you exhibit bad behaviour, but that’s about the worst of it.

I’d urge you not to Avada Kedavra cats. Save that for Ranrok and his minions. Instead, how about we stroke the cats? That feels much more wholesome.

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

Topics: Hogwarts Legacy, Harry Potter, Warner Bros