Will There Be a Hogwarts Legacy Sequel? Everything We Know So Far!

Although we have greatly enjoyed Hogwarts Legacy (particularly the mounts), we hope for more in the series. To put it bluntly, we want more of everything—DLC, multiplayer modes, and a sequel.

Hogwarts Legacy, an open-world role-playing game (RPG) based in the Wizarding World, was released for current-gen consoles and PC on February 10. Since then, it has amassed outstanding sales statistics & Twitch renown.

There was a flood of criticism, though, and a schism sprung up in the gaming community in the weeks following the game's release. Despite this, many people think it's a fantastic take on the Harry Potter series.

This has helped boost the game's popularity. Due to its huge success, many players have wondered if a sequel would be created. So, will there ever be a Hogwarts Legacy sequel? Here's everything we know so far.

Hogwarts Legacy Sequel

Will There Be a ‘Hogwarts Legacy' Sequel?

There has been no official word on a potential sequel. So yet, Warner Bros. Games president David Haddad's statement is the only hint we have about a possible sequel.
To paraphrase what he just told Variety, Warner Bros. is really optimistic about the release of Hogwarts Legacy. In addition, he stated that Warner Bros. would continue to use popular properties such as Harry Potter in their “future slate of games.”
We are very pleased with the initial launch and see a bright future for our other platform launches. Our goal is to continue to utilize our amazing library of Warner Bros. Discovery franchises as we develop our future slate of games.
According to Earlygame.com, the earliest that Hogwarts Legacy 2 could be released is 2026.

Fans demand a sequel that includes Quidditch, a morality system & other features

Gamers on Reddit are looking forward to a sequel that improves upon areas of Hogwarts Legacy that were underdeveloped and adds new gameplay elements.

One user said,

“A fully implemented morality system where people react to you differently based on your actions. House points are rewarded or detracted from your house based on how you play rather than you instantly winning the house cup”

Another Reddit user said, Avalanche “did quite well with integrating companions into the base quests” but was surprised to see they couldn't “just go free-roam with them.”

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