Coming soon, the Feb. 10 we will have the launch of Hogwarts Legacyand one of the most anticipated elements by users is the fact that they will be able to use the Unforgivable Curses, something that is still disconcerting to think that many want to be Death Eaters, but a new GAMINGbible interview with the game’s narrative director has revealed that “there is no limit to the wicked”but there will be “consequences”.
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Moira Squierhas explained that once players become dark wizards there will be no moral system to judge them for their actions, “players really can go as dark as they want, within the reason of the game”, adding that “if the player chooses to learn the Unforgivable Curses, and then also chooses to use them, the characters will notice and react accordingly. Such behavior will color their perception of the player.”
Just as Squier says “as in life, choices have consequences”, this will apply equally to the video game, since the choices that players make regarding the use of dark magic, later in the “game will affect the available options”.
However, this does not mean that “you can wander the halls of Hogwarts and destroy everyone you see”so the absolute freedom of destruction will have a limit and it’s good, because it would be strange to see children destroying and blowing things up in Hogwarts with Avada Kedavra and other curses.
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