Hogwarts Legacy teases a new Floo Powder mechanic that should help players fast travel in style!

If, like many others, you’re eagerly awaiting the release of Hogwarts Legacy your wait is finally almost over.

The upcoming title is one of the most exciting games still to drop in 2022, and we recently learned more about what to expect on launch day.

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Don’t miss 14 minutes of new Hogwarts Legacy gameplay here! The Wizarding World has never looked so good – but how will players get around in it?

Hogwarts Legacy Reveals Floo Flame Travel to Hogsmeade

Thanks to a new post from the official Hogwarts Legacy Twitter, it seems that Floo Powder is confirmed for the game.

During the latest game showcase, Hogwarts Legacy revealed how far players can explore the open-world environments. From the looks of things, this will be the largest ‘Harry Potter’ game of all time, and a new method of travel has now been revealed.

If you don’t fancy flying all the way to areas like Hogsmeade, why not fast travel with Floo Powder? As fans of the books and films will know, this magical powder, when thrown into a fire, changes the flame to a luminescent green.

Stepping into the fire will then allow Witches and Wizards to say the name of their destination and immediately be transported there.

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Hogwarts Legacy Floo Powder

“The hustle and bustle of Hogsmeade can be reached quickly on foot, and even quicker by Floo Flame,” Hogwarts Legacy teases.

It seems that certain statues with a green fireplace will allow players to fast travel from Hogwarts to other magical destinations. We already know that Diagon Alley is another one of our potential Floo Flame locations, and there are sure to be many more.

Read More: Hogwarts Legacy Release Date Confirmed

The game is still a few months out, but we expect to at least get a lot more information about Legacy in the coming weeks.

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