Hogwarts Legacy offers a scenic open world that effortlessly manages to pull players’ attention from the pesky classes filled with a lot of NPC interactions and dialogues. But when players try to explore the game’s open world, they are afraid to miss out or be late for a class, since there’s even a day and night cycle.
We have already seen games like Bully, which offer classes in the form of quests that are only available during a certain time of the day and disappear if players miss them. So, if you were wondering whether Hogwarts Legacy has something similar in place, here is how it works.
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Can you be late to classes in Hogwarts Legacy?
No. You cannot be late for classes in this game, because class starts whenever you get there. You can even avoid them to focus on exploration and other activities. Classes in Hogwarts Legacy come under the Main Story, and you can trigger them whenever you want, so it’s up to you whether you complete your classes to learn new spells or how to fly a broom, or explore the game’s open world.
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At some point, though, if you want to progress the game’s story to access certain spells, items, and areas, you must complete your classes to progress the main storyline. Some of the main quests will ask you to attend a particular class, learn specific Spells, and increase your Level to progress them. But that, again, doesn’t come with any sort of deadline or time limit.
So feel free to explore the Hogwarts Legacy’s mesmerizing open world, complete side quests and dungeons, take on bosses, and do whatever you prefer spending your time with. You are free to tackle the game’s content your own way and at your own pace.
That concludes our guide on whether you can be late for classes in Hogwarts Legacy.
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