Hogwarts Legacy: Developer hints at DLCs

Hogwarts Legacy: Developer hints at DLCs

from Julius Bald
After the developers of Hogwarts Legacy announced that DLCs are not planned, there is now reason for hope. A developer wrote on Twitter that no DLCs have yet been announced because the title has not yet been released on all platforms. An announcement in the summer of 2023 would therefore be conceivable.

Hogwarts Legacy from Avalanche Software and Warner was already one of the most successful video game releases of the current year. Even if the title is still struggling with some performance problems and bugs, the first calls for DLCs have recently been heard. But the fans had to be very strong so soon after the release: the developers immediately rejected new content and extensions. Now there is reason to believe that new content could still be released.

Hogwarts Legacy: developer encourages fans in the DLC question

On Twitter Eric Brown, Lead Story Tech at Avalanche Software, spoke up and suggested that the original statement that no expansions to Hogwarts Legacy

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The versions for the Playstation 4 and Xbox One, which will be released on April 4th, 2023, are currently missing. Then there is the release for the Nintendo Switch on July 25, 2023. According to Brown, there could also be announcements regarding possible DLCs. So fans have to be patient at the moment, but at least there is hope for new content again. Of course we will keep you up to date.