Hogwarts Legacy Player Builds Army of Knights

One player has built an army of Dark Knights in Hogwarts Legacy, in one of the darker Room of Requirement builds to date. Developed by Avalanche Software and published by Warner Bros. Interactive, Hogwarts Legacy is a deep RPG that has players exploring all corners of the Wizarding World and is extremely customizable.

Set in the 1800s, Hogwarts Legacy puts players in the shoes of a new student at the famous magical institution, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Players get to create their own character, choose their Hogwarts House, and even practice the forbidden spells of the Dark Arts. The expansive Room of Requirement is where students are showing their flair for design, as the magical space within the school is where players can prepare potions and look after animals.


One fan, who goes by Upset_Shock_4534 on Reddit has taken their Room of Requirement to the next level. In a short clip uploaded to the social site, the player has adorned most of the available floor space by conjuring neatly positioned suits of armored knights that look ready to take over the school. Unlike the active armor found throughout the rest of the school, the player’s knights do not move, however, even without movement, it is nevertheless one of the more intimidating rooms in the castle.

Players are certainly finding ways to make their experience in Hogwarts their own. While the Room of Requirement is the place where players will be able to make their own, some folks have been using the PC version to create some rather entertaining broomstick mods for Hogwarts Legacy to explore the enormous map.

Since its release in February, players have been eager to dig into the vast RPG to uncover every single detail the game has to offer. This has seen gamers discover more about the Wizarding World that ranges from the huge overarching story to even the small details such as the unsavory bathroom situation found in Hogwarts school.

While Hogwarts Legacy has seen praise from both critics and fans, players who are looking to play on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch still have a few months to wait for the game. This is due to Avalanche prioritizing the current generation of consoles, however, some players are reporting startup crashes when launching Hogwarts Legacy. This error which appears just after the seizure warning has been persistent since the game was released on February 7 and although it is not a widespread issue, it is still being reported with the latest update.

Hogwarts Legacy is out now for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S. The PS4 and Xbox One versions are coming May 5 and a Nintendo Switch port follows on July 25.

Source: Gamerant

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