With such a massive open world to explore, you may be wondering about the Hogwarts Legacy game length. There are plenty of mystical creatures to meet, strange areas to explore, and powerful allies to bond with which will no doubt take quite a lot of your time. Learn how long it’ll take to beat Hogwarts Legacy.
How long to beat Hogwarts Legacy?
Hogwarts Legacy will take 25 to 30 hours to beat the main story. This includes the main exploration and side activities that you may be doing. Completionists looking to 100% the Hogwarts Legacy trophies/achievements will take at least 70 hours to complete.
It’s been revealed by Avalanche, the developers, that Hogwarts Legacy will take place throughout multiple seasons which advance as players continue to do quests. In between, players are free to take on side activities, explore, and meet new companions.
There’s still little information about how each house affects the story in Hogwarts Legacy. It has been confirmed that you can influence how the story of Hogwarts Legacy ends. This adds a lot of replayability potential to the Hogwarts Legacy game length for those seeking to explore a different path.
Even after completing the game, it seems that you’ll be able to continue playing Hogwarts Legacy. You can go back and complete any side objectives you might have missed which means you won’t have to start a new game and invest more hours into story quests you’ve already finished.
Hogwarts Legacy Mission List
Hogwarts Legacy has a total of 42 Main Story Quests and 57 Side Quests, not including the 12 Classroom Assignments you can do for your professors. This can take you somewhere between 25 to 30 hours on an average playthrough to complete most of what the game has to offer.
Here are all the main story missions in Hogwarts Legacy:
- The Path to Hogwarts
- Attend Your First Day at Hogwarts
- Welcome to Hogwarts
- Charms Class
- Defense Against the Dark Arts Class
- Weasley After Class
- Professor Ronen’s Assignment
- Welcome to Hogsmeade
- Find the Secret in the Restricted Section
- The Locket’s Secret
- Professor Hecat’s Assignment 1
- Secrets of the Restriction Station
- Tomes and Tribulations
- Living as a Student Until Professor Fig Returns
- Herbology Class
- Potions Class
- The Girl from Uagadou
- Trials of Merlin
- Tell Professor Fig About the Map Chamber
- Ollivander’s Heirloom
- Professor Hecat’s Assignment 2
- Jackdaw’s Rest
- Complete the First Keeper Trial
- Flying Class
- In the Shadow of the Undercroft
- The Room of Requirement
- Improve Your Magical Abilities to Access the Next Trial
- The Map Chamber
- Prepare For Your Search for the Next Keeper
- Percival Rackham’s Trial
- Prepare For Your Search for the Final Keeper
- Beasts Class
- The Caretaker’s Lunar Lament
- The Helm of Uktok
- In the Shadow of the Estate
- The Elf, The Nab-Sack, and the Loom
- Astronomy Class
- Professor Garlick’s Assignment 1
- The High Keep
- Back on the Path
- Charles Rookwood’s Trial
- Stop Ranrok and Rookwood
- Fire and Vice
- Professor Weasley’s Assignment
- In the Shadow of the Mine
- It’s All Gobbledegook
- The Headmistress Speaks
- The Polyjuice Plot
- Niamh Fitzgerald’s Trial
- Prepare for Your OWLS
- In the Shadow of the Mountain
- Lodgok’s Loyalty
- San Bakar’s Trial
- Stop Ranrok
- Wand Mystery
- The Final Repository
- Prepare for your OWLS
- Weasley’s Watchful Eye
- The House Cup
Does Hogwarts Legacy have New Game Plus and Post-Game Unlockables?
Hogwarts Legacy currently has no New Game Plus feature however it does offer post-game content that players can partake in; namely preparing for OWL exams. After completing the main story quests, players can continue to explore the open world to partake in any side quests they didn’t do and look for collectibles they may have missed the first time.
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Check out this Youtube video from Podcast Now discussing how the the main story of Hogwarts Legacy will be: