Hogwarts Legacy delayed to November 14 for the Nintendo Switch

Originally slated this July for the Nintendo Switch, Hogwarts Legacy now has a new release date scheduled for November this year.

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Originally slated this July for the Nintendo Switch, Hogwarts Legacy is now delayed to November this year.

The news comes from Warner Bros. Games and Avalanche Software. You can check their official announcement via the tweet below:

“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.”

Given that the handheld console hybrid is approximately 6 years now and is seeing some mileage, this move seems to be the best for the consumer in mind if it means optimizing the game for that little hardware that could.

For those still on the fence on getting Hogwarts Legacy, here’s a short snippet from our review, to give you an idea of what to expect.

“Hogwarts Legacy allows you to experience the Wizarding World like never before. It’s a game filled with fantastic characters, a satisfying spell-focused combat system, and a beautiful open world that will easily make you lose hours just getting lost in all of its brilliance. 

Whether you are a die-hard Potterhead, a casual fan, or none at all, Hogwarts Legacy is a magical experience worth having.”

The open-world action RPG first released for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and PC via Steam and Epic Games Store last February 10.

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