Hogwarts Legacy, the Harry Potter RPG, is delayed until 2022

The designers need more opportunity to do something amazing.

Hogwarts Legacy, the RPG about going to class in the mysterious universe of Harry Potter, has been deferred. It was required to be out at some point this year, however distributer Warner Bros Interactive declared today that it won’t really appear until 2022.

“Making the most ideal experience for the entirety of the Wizarding World and gaming fans is central to us so we are giving the game the time it needs,” WB Avalanche said. “Hogwarts Legacy will be delivered in 2022.”

No particular explanation behind the postponement was given, yet it’s intriguing that it comes decently not long after the game’s declaration, which occurred in September 2020—only four months back.

Warner and designer Avalanche haven’t uncovered a lot about the game at this point, then again, actually it’s an “vivid, open-world activity RPG” that will recount an all-new story dependent on the Harry Potter books, yet set in the last part of the 1800s, a century prior to the nominal wizard’s introduction to the world. Unique Harry Potter creator JK Rowling isn’t engaged with the undertaking.

“Your character is an understudy who holds the way in to an old mystery that takes steps to destroy the wizarding scene. You have gotten a late acknowledgment to the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and before long find that you are no common understudy: you have an abnormal capacity to see and dominate Ancient Magic,” the Hogwarts Legacy site says. “No one but you can choose if you will secure this mystery to benefit all, or respect the enticement of more evil sorcery.”

PC customer facing facades for Hogwarts Legacy have not yet been reported.