Hogwarts Legacy VA Teases Some Gruesome Ways To Die In The Game
A Hogwarts Legacy voice actor has teased some ways in which players can meet their in-game demise, and they’re very gruesome!
The actor behind the female voice option for the playable character in Hogwarts Legacy, Ameila Gething, took to Instagram to reveal some rather gruesome ways in which players can get taken out in the game. She started off her post by sharing her excitement over her role in the forthcoming open-world, action role-playing-game set in the 1800s wizarding world.
Amelia revealed that she’s been working on Hogwarts Legacy since the last three years, and that she’s confident fans will enjoy the game. She then urged fans to get themselves a copy of the game if they’d like to hear her getting fried by a dragon or falling off a broom to the character’s inevitable death. It looks like the game won’t be holding anything back and has plenty of such dramatic death sequences in store for the player.
Previously, it was reported that Hogwarts Legacy was given the ‘M’ for Mature rating by the Australian Classification Board. In addition to revealing that Hogwarts Legacy was rated Mature, the listing stated that the game will feature some form of online interactivity. Developer Avalanche Software has already confirmed in the game’s official FAQ page that it a single player experience and does not have online or co-op gameplay. It’s unclear, then, what this online interactivity could pertain to.
Hogwarts Legacy is an upcoming action role-playing game, developed by Avalanche Software and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment under its Portkey Games label, using the Unreal Engine. It is developed by Avalanche Software and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment under the Portkey Games label.
The Harry Potter books and film series, including Fantastic Beasts, served as the inspiration for the Wizarding World universe, in which the game is set. The game is scheduled for release on February 10, 2023 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. The Nintendo Switch version’s release date will be announced at a later time.