Hogwarts Legacy, the RPG developed by Avalanche Software that was released back in February for Windows-based PC’s and most of the main consoles, will soon became available for those who prefer Nintendo Switch as well. Right from the start, it was the best bet that the devs would make the game compatible with as many platforms as possible.
The fans initially expected to see Hogwarts Legacy running on Nintendo Switch consoles in July, but it seems that someone chose differently. VGC News brings the information that those using the Switch handheld console will have to wait a few months more to see Avalanche’s RPG running on the platform.
Hogwarts Legacy will launch on Nintendo Switch on November 14
Warner Bros. Games, the publisher of Hogwarts Legacy, decided to delay the game’s release to Switch to mid-November.
Here’s a statement coming from Warner Bros, courtesy of VGC News:
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.
Check out the game’s description via Steam:
Experience Hogwarts in the 1800s. Your character is a student who holds the key to an ancient secret that threatens to tear the wizarding world apart. Make allies, battle Dark wizards, and ultimately decide the fate of the wizarding world. Your legacy is what you make of it. Live the Unwritten.
We’re not playing the devil’s advocate at all if we claim that Hogwarts Legacy is playable on plenty of platforms already. You can play the RPG of Avalanche and Warner Bros. on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/Series S, Xbox One, and Windows PC.
If you decide to play the game on a PC, you must keep in mind that you’ll need a NVIDIA GeForce 1080 Ti, AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT or INTEL Arc A770 graphics card in order to enjoy the best of what the RPG has to offer.