Hogwarts Legacy is finally available to purchase and play on PlayStation 5, PC, and Xbox Series X|S consoles. And like so many other open-world games with lots of areas to explore, there are various side quests throughout this new magical adventure in the Harry Potter universe.
Over the first couple of hours of gameplay, you learn basic spells and explore some parts of Hogwarts. These spells come in handy when battling enemies, and some quests require you to make potions as well.
If you feel like you’re in need of a little extra luck to manage all that, or if you’re having trouble answering a specific question on a side quest, you can learn which potion is commonly referred to as Liquid Luck in Hogwarts Legacy with this guide.
Which potion is commonly referred to as Liquid Luck in Hogwarts Legacy?
You will come across many different side quests in Hogwarts Legacy, some of which throw some rather difficult questions on you. So when you’re asked this question, you also have a couple of options to choose from.
Liquid Luck is known as Felix Felicis in Hogwarts Legacy and the wizarding world. It’s a potion that cannot be easily gotten from by just exploring areas of the game, so don’t sweat it if you don’t get the answer right the first time.
And although it’s not easy to obtain, you can still get the Felix Felicis potion by pre-ordering the game on PlayStation. If you own a PlayStation 5, it’s already too late for that. But PlayStation 4 users might still have a shot at getting the Felix Felicis potion, as the game only launches for previous-gen consoles in April.
The Felix Felicis potion can be brewed with Lacewing Flies and a Fluxweed Stem, and it allows you to see the locations of chests for a whole in-game day. If you missed out on the PlayStation 5 pre-sale and are finding it hard to brew, however, fans hope that developers may decide to allow players on current-gen consoles to purchase Felix Felicis as a DLC in future updates.
Hogwarts Legacy is now available to play on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. It’s also scheduled to launch later this year for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch.
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