Moriarty is obviously well-connected, but it’s always worth treating rumours like this with an ounce of scepticism. Nevertheless, it’s not the hardest story to believe: the long-awaited title was originally slated to release in 2021, before it disappeared for the entire year. As mentioned above, the developer did promise to remove the release’s invisibility cloak over the coming months, but even if it is ready to show a little more, that doesn’t necessarily dispel this report.
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We haven’t heard anything about the Harry Potter-themed open world RPG Hogwarts Legacy in almost a year, but creator Avalanche Software had promised updates in 2022. That knowledge could cause a delay, as word on the street is that the title is stupefied behind the scenes. On his latest PlayStation podcast, ex-IGN journalist and Sacred Symbols presenter Colin Moriarty said that the “game isn’t coming out this year” and “it’s in some type of danger.”
Sony published a list of upcoming 2022 titles overnight, with Hogwarts Legacy being a notable omission. It’d be a shame if this project got stuck in development hell, because we’ve been waiting for a full-scale Harry Potter RPG for practically our entire adult lives, and this seemed like a dream game when it was first revealed. Here’s hoping either the speculation is inaccurate, or Avalanche Software can steady its Nimbus broom soon.
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- The PS5 and PS4 versions of the Harry Potter game Hogwarts Legacy are allegedly in trouble
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