just is Hogwarts Legacy released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, there’s bad news for them Nintendo Switch: The Release on the Nintendo platform is shifting again.
Actually should Hogwarts Legacy after an initial postponement Will be released on the Nintendo Switch on July 25th. But nothing will come of it, and Switch owners will have to be patient for much longer. According to Warner Bros. Games, Hogwarts Legacy will now only be available on November 14, 2023 for the Nintendo Switch appear – provided there is no further postponement by then.
Hogwarts Legacy: Aim for the best possible version
The publisher does not give precise reasons for the postponement in his message on Twitter. One is aware that many Switch players are waiting for Hogwarts Legacy, which is why “developing the best possible gaming experience is a top priority”. In other words, it means that the creators continue to screw on the performance and possible bugs and simply need more time for this.
Hogwarts Legacy launches on Nintendo Switch on 11/14/23. We know fans are looking forward to playing on Switch, therefore creating the best possible experience is our top priority. Thank you for your patience.
Available now on PS5 & PS4, Xbox X|S & Xbox One, and PC. pic.twitter.com/nADIeNbMvw
— Hogwarts Legacy (@HogwartsLegacy) May 12, 2023
In view of a four-month delay, a few fans fear that the switch version must still be in pretty bad shape. So far there is no video or imagery of the implementation either, but it was very similar on the PS4 and Xbox One versions.
However, this turned out to be quite successful. While it’s technically of course compared to the PS5 and Xbox Series X | S version has a few drawbacks, according to numerous user reports, the performance is mostly positive. It is to be hoped that a similar conclusion can be reached on the Nintendo Switch.
No DLC, but own Quidditch game
While Switch owners will have to wait a little longer for Hogwarts Legacy, there is no news on the content front. If this hugely successful role-playing game with a DLC or a larger expansion, remains to be seen. At least Quidditch, in all likelihood, won’t happen.
The most popular broom sport among witches and wizards is becoming a game all of its own instead. Few weeks ago Warner Bros. Games surprisingly announced Harry Potter Quidditch Championswhich is in development for PC and unspecified consoles.