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Hogwarts Legacy players are already agreed on the game's worst quest

Hogwarts Legacy players are already agreed on the game's worst quest

And fans are heated.

Hogwarts Legacy left fans, who have been waiting for an open world Harry Potter playground, stupefied with its gorgeous graphics, curious characters, and secrets tucked away in the nooks and crannies of an 19th century take on the iconic castle.

In the school, there is an obvious winner when you consider the response to the different houses of Hogwarts Legacy. The writing and development of Sebastian Sallow and Omnis Gaunt have been praised for their representation of how someone might be converted to the Dark arts, however, it's arguable that Hufflepuff offers one of the most exciting quests in the whole of Hogwarts Legacy.

Unfortunately, there is a storyline that players are sick to the back teeth of, and it's collecting those Demiguise statues for the caretaker Gladwin Moon.

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"This is frankly one of the most frustrating quest designs I have ever seen in a game. It combines everything, it's a useless fetch quest with far too many objects to collect, it's gating an important tool behind it, it doesn't include [anything] interesting besides it like combat or exploration and the story is completely uninteresting," Reddit user Radulno let loose on the irritation of the The Caretaker's Lunar Lament. Collecting the Demiguise statues, which only shine at night, is important not only for the trophy Demiguise Dread but for the upgrades to the Alohomora spell.

Locks are gated with three different levels, too, so these statues are necessary for finding the other statues scattered across the castle. Fortunately, there are guides for all of the Demiguise locations now, so we'd advise cracking on with this quest first before starting the rest to avoid any hassle later on.

Hogwarts Legacy hasn't been without its detractors, though. As Harry Potter author J. K. Rowling has incurred controversy over her comments about the transgender community, a lot of fans feel disenfranchised from the series and any products spinning out of it. There have been plenty of protests, in the form of criticism towards streamers, changing content on the game's listing, and fundraisers for LGBTQIA+ charities.

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Topics: Hogwarts Legacy, Harry Potter