Speculations Stir over Prospective Sequel for Hogwarts Legacy
The notion of an impending sequel to Hogwarts Legacy is making waves in the gaming world after rumors came to light. The initial launch of Hogwarts Legacy was a huge success with over 900K gamers playing simultaneously on Steam, making it one of the biggest games of the year. Consequently, a follow-up game appears to be a logical next step.
Hogwarts Legacy Sequel: Exciting But Potentially Years Away
Hogwarts Legacy enjoyed considerable acclaim; however, certain elements left players wanting more. In particular, the absence of a defined morality system was glaring - the ability to win the house cup was present, but the lack of consequences based on actions was sorely missed.
The popular sport of Quidditch's nonexistence in the game was another missed opportunity, though there was an option of broomstick riding. The game did feature familiar characters from Harry Potter lore such as Phineas Nigellus Black and a Weasley, among others. But it could intriguingly reference Albus Dumbledore, who attended Hogwarts during the same decade the game is set in.
The prospect of a Hogwarts Legacy sequel is undeniably exhilarating. Nevertheless, given that the initial game was released this year and there has been no official confirmation yet, caution is advised when speculating about the sequel. There is still no word from Portkey about any potential downloadable content (DLC) for the first game, let alone a sequel. Hence, it seems the best course of action would be to wait and watch.