Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone fan remake keeps Hogwarts Legacy fans happy
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A fan remake of the Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone game looks incredible, and it’s not even finished yet.
Harry Potter fans are hoping more Wizarding World games are on the horizon, especially after the very successful release of Hogwarts Legacy, which is still making loads of money and is yet to officially launch on Nintendo Switch.
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Luckily, a fan remake of Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone is currently in development and aims to bring the retro title to PCs with a fresh coat of paint and enhanced textures, whilst retaining the art style and gameplay fans will fondly remember.
Titled Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone mod, the description reads: “This is the E3 Project that is currently in development. The goal of this project is to be a complete reimagining of the game in UE2 utilising vanilla and custom assets as well as unused content and complete reprogramming.”
The unused content in particular sounds fascinating and will go a long way to making the game feel more magical than ever before, especially for those who grew up playing it on the PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube and original Xbox.
While there’s currently no official release date for the project, it’ll likely pop up over the next few years, and hopefully, if it does well, it’ll be followed by a remake of Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets - the titular location being something Hogwarts Legacy fans wished was included as a DLC expansion.
It might not be the full-on remake fans were hoping for, but it’s the best we’re going to get for now.