Hogwarts Legacy conflicts with a common system in role-playing games: the player’s actions have consequences and effects on the rest of the characters that we give in conversation. However, at some point in development, Avalanche Software tried to introduce two systems for action RPGs: one to gain or one to lose. Points for our Hogwarts House based on what we do, and a prestige system or ethics.
As PC Gamer reports, dataminer and YouTuber Grand Theft Diamonds has in-depth analysis of game files, and references to these abandoned mechanics have been found. use unforgivable curses as far as our home points are concerned I will deduct marks on the basis of seriousness Same, same way as extortion or harassing any other student. I also know they’ll lose points for sleeping in class, lounging around or unfair treatment; On the other hand, studying in class and participating in school club activities will engage them.
With respect to the prestige system, there is a table in files that defines the relationship of each character With the wizard or witch the player symbolizes: Hatred, Dislike, Indifference, Familiarity, Cordiality, Friendship, and Companion. Furthermore, it mentions a mechanics similar to the stars of Grand Theft Auto: If an “authority person” detects a bad action on the part of the player, investigators will appear in greater or lesser amounts, and visit a greater or lesser area of the stage, for a greater or lesser amount of time, depending on how Depends was the reprehensible act…
Avalanche eliminated these systems for “allowing the player to go rogue”.
Back in January, in an interview with GamesRadar, lead designer Kelly Murphy said that They did not include a morality system because “it was important to us to give players who want it the opportunity to be a witch or a dark wizard”., “This is the pinnacle of the role: allowing the player to be evil. Furthermore, it was important because it comes from a non-judgmental intent on the part of the game creators. If you want to be evil, be evil.”
Hogwarts Legacy is available on PC, PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4 and Xbox One. The Nintendo Switch version will be available in November.