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Hogwarts Legacy Postponed on Old-Gen Consoles

The old generation versions of Hogwarts Legacy, which made a record debut and had hundreds of thousands of ready players, were delayed once again.

The release of Hogwarts Legacy, which made quite a splash with its release, was once again postponed to the older generation consoles.

According to the statement, Hogwarts Legacy will not come to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One until May 5, so if you have an old console, you will have to wait two more months. Of course Warner Bros. Unless Games and Avalanche Software delay the release date once again.

The production team has delayed the launch of the game several times over the past few years and was supposed to release for all consoles on February 10, but a few months before that, Hogwarts Legacy will only be available for PS5, Xbox Series X/. In February, S and PC announced that PS4 and Xbox One will launch on April 4.

Hogwarts Legacy

Hogwarts Legacy Old Edition Postponed To May 5

Hogwarts Legacy debuted as an action role-playing game set in the Harry Potter universe, with an open world to explore and a character generator you can use to choose your own name, gender, voice and appearance. The game, which reached record sales figures with its release, had a more successful debut than Elden Ring, which won the game of the year award last year.

The developers state in the announcement that they are “working hard to deliver the best possible experience across all platforms,” ​​but that they “need more time to do so.” They haven’t explained what they mean by that, and they’re basically repeating what they said when they announced that the game won’t be coming out for older consoles in February. The developers didn’t mention anything extra about the Switch either, so this version is also scheduled to launch on July 25.

Gül Demirci

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