Little by little we are learning more and more details of Hogwarts Legacy. Here we bring you interesting news for the launch of the game on Nintendo Switch.
Specifically, this time we bring you statements about misbehaving in the game. The main designer Kelly Murphy has confirmed in a recent meeting with GamesRadar that it is possible to be cruel in the title, although it will have its consequences.
We leave you with his words:
It was important to us to give players who were looking to go Dark an opportunity to do so. This is the ultimate incarnation of role-playing; allow the player to be evil. Also, this was important because it comes from a place where there is no judgment from the creators of the game. If you want to be bad, be bad.
Characters will react visually and audibly to seeing the player cast an Unforgivable Curse, but we don’t have a moral system to punish them for doing so; this would be too critical of the game creator. But, if the player continues with these actions, the world will reflect the knowledge of them.
The game was announced a while ago by Warner Bros. for Nintendo Switch and other platforms and recently reconfirmed for this platform. For now it is unknown if the version of the Nintendo console will be in the cloud or not, but the fact that Amazon has already listed the game with boxart included and that there has been no mention of the cloud by Warner Bros. makes us think it will not be a cloud version. We will have to be attentive to more details, however.
What do you think? If you are interested, you can take a look at our full coverage of the title at this link.