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Hogwarts Legacy player stumbles into terrifying area the devs didn't want us to find

Hogwarts Legacy player stumbles into terrifying area the devs didn't want us to find

Hogwarts Legacy players are clearly getting bored, as they're breaking the game for fun

Hogwarts Legacy players are learning how to glitch through the map to get to out of bounds areas, and it’s shockingly easy too.

While Hogwarts Legacy is a solid game, and one Harry Potter fans will obviously adore, the game unfortunately doesn’t have a lot going for it in terms of longevity.

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Fans are still gobsmacked the game hasn’t had any proper DLC expansions yet, with some even blaming the Nintendo Switch port for taking up all of the developer’s time and resources.

This unfortunately means that while it’s still recognised as one of the most popular and best-selling games of 2023, it doesn’t have much to keep players exploring after the credits.

Now players are getting so bored that they’re figuring out ways to break the game’s map, ending up in areas the developer’s never intended for them to go. It’s also easier than you’d think to replicate.

One user on Reddit called rin_punipuni has demonstrated one of these techniques along with instructions on how to do it yourself, and it’s as simple as ramming against a wall as hard as you can until you clip through it.

Once you’ve done this you’ll essentially be underneath the map, and can freely explore whatever weird stuff you find down in the depths.

Now why would you want to do this? Is there anything to gain? No, not really, it doesn’t sequence-break anything and there’s no reward in the out-of-bounds area, it’s just a neat trick to do if you’re feeling bored.

With the game now available on basically every platform imaginable, hopefully this means the developers are now working on some DLC, whether it be a quidditch mode, new areas to explore, more interactivity or all of the above.

There’s also speculation that a sequel is in development as well, though nothing has been officially confirmed yet.

Featured Image Credit: Warner Bros Games

Topics: Hogwarts Legacy, Harry Potter, Xbox, PlayStation, PC