Hogwarts Legacy players can finally shut up the Floo Network fast travel lady
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Modders are powerful people. They can add whole new features to games, make titles look better than ever before, and perhaps most importantly, fix problems that the devs haven’t sorted out themselves.
As is always the case, it's taken no time at all for modders to descend upon Hogwarts Legacy. Within days of the title's release, a multiplayer mod was already in development, Thomas the Tank Engine made his Wizarding World debut, and even PS1 Hagrid was added to the game in the best way possible. Now, another mod is available with a much more practical use. Players rejoice, you can now fast-travel in peace.
Take a look at the incredible PS1 Hagrid mod for Hogwarts Legacy below.
Created by Nexus Mods user Tangerie, ‘Silencio - Floo Lady Silencer’ does exactly what it says on the tin: “Disables the annoying dialogue for the Floo lady.” Up until this point, players have had to listen to the same phrases repeated over and over again every time they fast travel, but with this mod, you’ll never have to be asked if you’re off on another adventure ever again.
If you want to try it out, it’s totally free - you can find it here. Obviously though, this only works for the PC version of the game, so console users are out of luck.
The annoying fast travel dialogue is just one of many gripes that some players have with Hogwarts Legacy - the game has been criticised for not including a proper companion system, and also not having the option to pause cutscenes. Of course, this barely scratches the surface when it comes to the Wizarding World RPG’s controversy - many have avoided purchasing the game altogether so as not to support J.K. Rowling, who has been criticised for making harmful remarks about the trans community. She will profit from the sales of the game despite not being directly involved in its development.
Hogwarts Legacy will release for PS4 and Xbox One on 4 April, and Nintendo Switch on 25 July.