Hogwarts Legacy players wish for more "boring" levels in the sequel
Players of Hogwarts Legacy express their hope for more "mundane" aspects in the game's sequel, such as attending classes and doing homework.The succ...
Players of Hogwarts Legacy express their hope for more "mundane" aspects in the game's sequel, such as attending classes and doing homework.
The success of Hogwarts Legacy has led to speculation and fan theories about what the second installment could be about.
Fans hope that the development team will listen to their feedback and add more academic activities and quests in line with the premise of being a student at Hogwarts in the sequel.
Players of the action role-playing game Hogwarts Legacy have recently started an online discussion expressing their hope for the sequel to include more "mundane" parts. These "mundane" parts include attending classes, doing homework, and everything related to the life of a student at Hogwarts. The player base seems to be just as interested in these everyday tasks as they are in exciting adventures as witches or wizards.
While there are rumors that Hogwarts Legacy 2 is already in development, there has been no official confirmation from Warner Bros. Interactive. However, this has not dampened the hopes of the gaming community for a legitimate sequel. Online forums are already filled with fan theories about what the second installment could be about. Given the success Hogwarts Legacy achieved upon its release, players are initiating these discussions in the hopes that the developers will listen and further enhance the immersive gaming experience they have already achieved in the first game.
On Reddit, user Tarp96 started talking about how the classes as a student in Hogwarts Legacy, particularly the questline with Professor Cuthbert Binns, were some of the best content in the game. The Redditor mentioned that the tasks in the quest, although seemingly simple and mundane, were very relevant to the respective subject. They also hoped that the development team would consider including more quests like that in the sequel of the action role-playing game. Given the premise of Hogwarts Legacy, where players are actually students in the magical school, it is only fitting for them to expect more school-like activities as part of the main story.
Many other fans of Hogwarts Legacy seem to share Tarp96's opinion and hope that the development team incorporates more academic activities into the game rather than just basic cutscenes. This led to discussions about gameplay features such as the absence of Quidditch in the game, the brief experiences with the Duelling Club, and the numerous puzzles found on the map of Hogwarts Legacy. One fan also found Tarp96's opinion amusing, as Professor Binns' classes in the lore of the game are among the most boring in the history of Hogwarts and are often dull enough to put many students to sleep.
If there is indeed going to be a Hogwarts Legacy 2 game, it would be wise for the development team to consider listening to the player base. However, all of this will really depend on how production and development unfold. And whether the developers will return to Hogwarts to turn the players into students again in the sequel.
Hogwarts Legacy is now available for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S, and a Switch version will be released on November 14th.