Hogwarts Legacy is set in a large and expansive world that players can explore as they take part in an exciting adventure and uncover magical secrets. Luckily, players won't have to do all of this on foot, as the game will also provide mounts to easily and effortlessly traverse the world.
So how many mounts will there be in the game, and which are the ones we have confirmed to be in the game so far? if you have these same questions in your mind, then keep reading. Below we'll be taking a look at all the confirmed mounts in Hogwarts Legacy.
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All Confirmed Mounts Available in Hogwarts Legacy
As it currently stands, there are three confirmed mounts that players will have access to in Hogwarts Legacy; the Thestral, the Hippogriff, and the Broomstick. While there may be more mounts added later in the game's release, these are the three we'll be covering below. We'll also break down how each mount is unlocked as well as how they will perform in the game.
The Thestral Mount
Thestrals are deathly-looking horse-like creatures with wings that allow players to ride them throughout the world. They aren't necessarily the fastest, but they look quite intimidating. They first appeared in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, and while they can only be seen by those who have "seen death" according to the film, in-game they will be accessible to players who have purchased the Hogwarts Legacy Deluxe Editon or Collector’s Edition.
The Hippogriff Mount
Hippogriffs, which can fly faster than any mount in the game, will be among the "high-end" mounts available in Hogwarts Legacy. Harry Potter rides one of these creatures in the Prisoner of Azkaban which goes by the name of Buckbeak. It's a fascinating creature to see as it's a roughly one-third lion, one-third eagle, and one-third horse. The Onyx Hippogriff will be obtainable by pre-ordering any edition of Hogwarts Legacy.
The Broomstick Mount
When anyone pictures a witch or wizard flying through the air, they most likely do so while picturing them on a Broom. This is the iconic mode of travel in the wizarding world of Hogwarts Legacy, as well as being used for Quidditch matches as it offers a middle ground of speed and control. This mount is also given to all players by default when playing the game, so we can all look forward to zipping through the air on our broomsticks when Hogwarts Legacy drops.