Announced on the occasion of the PlayStation 5 showcase, Hogwarts Legacy was originally supposed to make its debut this year, although in recent weeks Warner Bros. Interactive and Avalanche Software have communicated via a post on the game’s official Twitter account, that the long-awaited action RPG has been delayed to 2022 to a later date.
Although the title was initially supposed to see the light on all the gaming peripherals available on the market, including PS4 and Xbox One, it would seem that the development team is changing their plans in the process.
While the official website of Hogwarts Legacy continues to feature references to current-generation consoles from Sony and Microsoft, only the PlayStation 5 version of the game is mentioned on the PlayStation blog.
Could it be that after the disastrous launch of Cyberpunk 2077 on PS4 and Xbox One the guys from Avalanche Software have decided to permanently cancel the “old-gen” version of the game?
Unfortunately, our assumptions are not based on any certainty, given that at the moment the Redmond house has not yet made available an official page dedicated to the action RPG of the US software house, so we cannot verify if Microsoft has also excluded the Xbox One version.
Waiting to find out more details on the very interesting Warner Bros. Interactive and Avalanche Software project, we remind you to take this information with the necessary precautions, since at the moment it is based on simple assumptions and that there has been no confirmation from the software house.
Hogwarts Legacy is expected to release in 2022 (date not yet announced) on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.