The developers at Avalanche Software yesterday announced the delayed release of Hogwarts Legacy for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Developers also revealed the exact release date of the game for Nintendo Switch. But it turns out that this is not the end of the information, with the studio also having good news to share.
After all, an upcoming production set in the Harry Potter universe has achieved the so-called gold status on PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S.
It means that work on the game has been completed, and that the title itself is ready to go to the pressing plant. So, it seems that owners of PCs and current-generation consoles can rest assured, because the February release of Hogwarts Legacy on the aforementioned platforms seems unthreatened.
It’ worth mentioning that today – December 14 – at 19:00 Polish time, developers from Avalanche Software are going to invite players to another presentation of gameplay from Hogwarts Legacy.
As announced, during the transmission we will see, inter alia, an advanced fight with opponents and exploration of the game world on a broomstick.
Some updates on PS4, Xbox One, & Switch release dates for Hogwarts Legacy. We want to deliver the best possible experience to the entire community, no matter which platform they choose. That said, we're excited to announce the PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC versions have gone gold! https://t.co/pForKRZl9p
— WB Games Avalanche (@AvalancheWB) December 13, 2022
The creators are also going to show the Room of Requirement. The whole thing will be available to follow on Twitch.tv and YouTube platforms.
Lastly, we remind you that Hogwarts Legacy will debut on PC and PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S consoles on February 10.
As reported yesterday, the game’ release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will be on April 4, and only on July 25 will the title hit Nintendo Switch.