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Hogwarts Legacy review embargo date, Deluxe vs Standard differences

Hogwarts Legacy review embargo date Learn the differences between the Standard and Deluxe versions of Hogwarts Legacy and the leaked review embargo date below.

Hogwarts Legacy review embargo date

Hogwarts Legacy’s review embargo begins on February 6 at 04:00 PST, 07:00 EDT, and 12:00 GMT, according to PlayStationSize. If this leak is accurate, the Deluxe edition’s early access release is one day away, while the Standard edition’s release is four days away.

Although no final verdicts have been published as of this writing, there are many exciting elements to look forward to. You’ll be able to preload it on PS5 very soon, and the PC system requirements have been revealed.

 Differences between Deluxe and Standard editions

The Hogwarts Legacy Standard and Deluxe editions are otherwise identical, with the exception of a 72-hour early access bonus included in the latter.

If you purchase the Deluxe edition, you can begin playing on February 7th; the Standard package will be available on February 10th. According to the PSN store, the Standard edition for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S is £64.99/$69.99, while the Deluxe edition is £74.99/$79.99.

In addition to three days of early access, the DE includes the following exclusives:

  • Dark Arts Pack
  • Dark Arts Garrison Hat
  • PS4 and PS5/Xbox One and Series X/S versions

You will receive the following pre-order items regardless of which edition you purchase:

  • Onyx Hippogriff Mount
  • Felix Felicis Potion Recipe

There are numerous other rewards available in addition to the ones listed above. PlayStation users can participate in the free House Cup to earn digital avatars, while everyone can link their Wizarding World account to receive in-game rewards.

About Hogwarts Legacy

Hogwarts Legacy
Front cover of the video game Hogwarts Legacy showing a single figure facing away from you towards Hogwarts castle.
Developer(s) Avalanche Software
Publisher(s) Warner Bros. Games
Director(s) Alan Tew
Producer(s) James Cabrera
Artist(s) Jeff Bunker
Writer(s) Moira Squier
Composer(s) Alexander Horowitz
Series Wizarding World
Engine Unreal Engine
  • PlayStation 5
  • Windows
  • Xbox Series X/S
  • PlayStation 4
  • Xbox One
  • Nintendo Switch
  • PS5, Windows, Xbox X/S
  • February 10, 2023
  • PS4, Xbox One
  • April 4, 2023
  • Nintendo Switch
  • July 25, 2023
Genre(s) Action role-playing
Mode(s) Single-player