Hogwarts Legacy: How Long to Beat & Quest List
As with many of the other great open-world games from the past few years, Hogwarts Legacy is packed full to the brim with content. For starters, just like the Harry Potter books and movies that inspired it, the game features a fantastic main story, though this is only a small part of what’s on offer for players.
In addition to main story quests, players can also tackle a wide range of side quests and special assignments, all of which help to pad out the total length of an average playthrough. Those looking for a title that they can sink a lot of hours into are therefore in luck, as Hogwarts Legacy is far from a short game.
Updated May 5, 2023, by Tom Bowen: After a wait of almost three months, Hogwarts Legacy has finally arrived on last-gen consoles, allowing Xbox One and PS4 owners to enjoy this enchanting RPG. Though the visuals may not be quite as impressive, the main story is just as enjoyable, but some players may be wondering how long it takes to beat.
How Long Does it Take to Beat Hogwarts Legacy?
It will take most players around 25 hours to complete the main story of Hogwarts Legacy, though this may vary a little depending on which difficulty setting players choose and how much of the game’s side content they engage with as they tackle the main story quests. Completing everything in Hogwarts Legacy will take around 65 hours, though again, there may be a little variance here and there.
Every Main Story Quest in Hogwarts Legacy
There are 13 main story quests in Hogwarts Legacy, with each one broken up into a series of smaller subquests and tasks. Some can be completed relatively quickly, while others will take players quite a bit longer. What’s more, some of these quests will task players with completing special assignments for their professors, many of which involve completing side quests. This means that players will need to complete several of Hogwarts Legacy‘s side quests as part of the main story.
- Attend Your First Day at Hogwarts
- Find the Secret in the Restricted Section
- Living as a Student Until Professor Fig Returns
- Tell Professor Fig About the Map Chamber
- Complete the First Keeper Trial
- Improve Your Magical Abilities to Access the Next Trial
- Prepare for Your Search for the Next Keeper
- Prepare for Your Search for the Final Keeper
- Stop Ranrok and Rookwood
- Prepare for Your O.W.L.S.
- Stop Ranrok
- Prepare for your O.W.L.S.
Does Hogwarts Legacy Have a New Game Plus Mode?
Hogwarts Legacy does not have a New Game+ mode, though there are a few things that players can do after finishing the main story. As well as being able to mop up any remaining side quests, they’ll also gain access to a few new main story missions, one of which requires them to find every page of the Wizard’s Field Guide. There’s another one in which the winners of the house cup will be decided, though players will only be able to unlock this once they’ve reached Level 34.
Players are also free to replay the game as a student from one of the other three houses, which will grant access to a few different house-specific quests. Doing so will be essential for those hoping to fully complete Hogwarts Legacy, as there is a Trophy/Achievement tied to each of the school’s four houses. Thankfully, though, players won’t need to complete the game four times to unlock the Platinum Trophy, as these house-specific Trophies are unlocked fairly early on in the main story.
Hogwarts Legacy is available now on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S|X, and PC. A Switch version is currently in development.
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