Hogwarts Legacy DLC ‘not currently planned’, claims developer
Avalanche Software suggests it’s not currently thinking about post-release plans for the game
Avalanche Software currently has no plans to release DLC expansions for Hogwarts Legacy, it’s claimed.
Speaking during IGN Fan Fest, game director Alan Tew claimed that the game’s development team was so absorbed by preparing for its release, that it hasn’t yet considered post-release content.
“We’ve been really heads down bringing [Hogwarts Legacy] to life,” he said, “so at the moment, there are no current plans for DLC.”
Hogwarts Legacy was released earlier this month and has already received a post-launch patch on all platforms. The game also has additional content in the form of an exclusive PlayStation quest, which is only available to players on PS5.
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Earlier this week, it was claimed that Hogwarts Legacy enjoyed the biggest European launch outside of the FIFA and Call of Duty series since October 2018’s Red Dead Redemption 2.
Hogwarts Legacy’s first-week digital sales in Europe were 56% higher than Elden Ring’s, according to GamesIndustry.biz head Chris Dring.
Hogwarts Legacy was released amid significant controversy surrounding book author JK Rowling’s publicly-stated views on transgender rights.
The game is the subject of a boycott due to public comments from Rowling perceived by many to be transphobic (for a full breakdown of the situation, we recommend this article by Glamour).