Hogwarts Legacy Leak shows the game running on Nintendo Switch for the first time

Gameplay footage of Hogwarts Legacy on Nintendo Switch is finally available as a result of a fan getting their hands on the game early.

Hogwarts Legacy will launch on Switch in a few days on November 14, but publisher Warner Bros. Games and developer Avalanche Software, somewhat strangely, haven’t shared a single glimpse at gameplay, even though it’s already available on other platforms.

Reddit user Talhelfg They revealed on November 7 that they had received a boxed version of the game early, however, they posted a 38-second gameplay video on x/twitter Before both positions were quickly relegated. The internet being what it is means the video has already gone viral, and X/Twitter user Jose Morales Ros has reposted the leaked gameplay himself, which can be seen below.

The gameplay doesn’t reveal much since it’s so short, but it shows the player character running and casting spells without any hints of slowdowns or other performance difficulties.

Just six screenshots from Hogwarts Legacy on Switch have been shared previously, showing magical classes in Hogwarts classrooms, sitting next to the Black Lake, and some of the game’s villains and monsters.

Hogwarts Legacy was announced for Switch in March 2022, but while the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series It didn’t launch alongside the more powerful console versions, with a Switch release instead set for July 2023 before being pushed back to the current November date.

Hogwarts Legacy easily became the best-selling game of February, and subsequently the best-selling game of 2023 at that time. It has sold 15 million copies as of May, and Warner Bros. Discovery billion dollars. Its success has been mixed with controversy due to its association with creator JK Rowling, who has been outspoken in her anti-transgender views.

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In our 9/10 review, IGN said: “In almost every respect, Hogwarts Legacy is a Harry Potter RPG [we’ve] “I always wanted to play.”

Ryan Dinsdale is a freelance reporter at IGN. He’ll talk about The Witcher all day long.

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