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Hogwarts Legacy players can finally ride dragons, and it's awesome

Sam Cawley

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Hogwarts Legacy players can finally ride dragons, and it's awesome

Featured Image Credit: Warner Bros Games

Hogwarts Legacy players can now soar across the map on a dragon, making exploration way cooler.

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While I love wandering around the corridors of Hogwarts and taking a stroll around its many outdoor areas, nothing quite beats zooming around on a broom or on the back of a magical creature.

Check out Hogwarts Legacy’s version of Hogsmeade below!

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It’s the job of a Harry Potter game to make us feel like we’re exploring a magical world, and while it does that in many different ways, mostly taking inspiration from the films it’s exceeding in revenue, something is missing, dragons.

Say what you want about Harry Potter and the Goblet Of Fire, but the bit where he’s chased around the castle grounds by a dragon is arguably one of the story's most memorable moments, especially since dragons in the Harry Potter world are canonically forces of nature that can’t usually be tamed/stopped in the same way other beasts can.

Obviously, a modder thought the dragons in Harry Potter were cool as well, as they’ve now created a mod that’ll let you tame and ride one, and it’s incredibly cool.

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Titled DragonOgryff, the mod does a very simple job of swapping the in-game models of the hippogryph mount with a dragon, specifically Hebridean dragon if that sweetens the deal in any way. It even replaces someof the animations to make things that little bit more immersive.

Because this is a simple reskin mod, you won’t be able to soar around scorching innocent Hufflepuffs with fire breath, though that might be a good idea for Hogwarts Legacy 2, which is pretty much guaranteed at this point given the first game has made a stupid amount of money.

Regardless though, if you’re looking to spice up your aerial exploration, and look awesome while doing it, the DragonOgryff mod is the one for you, and it can be downloaded from NexusMods right now.

Topics: Hogwarts Legacy, Mods

Sam Cawley
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