Do you want to know how many endings there are in Hogwarts Legacy? Or maybe you want to know how to get a specific one? We've got you covered. The ending you get in Hogwarts Legacy will be based on the choices that you make, and you can achieve three of them to finish the game.
This includes the good, evil, and true ending that players can miss out and it is quite obvious to get curious about how they can get these endings and whether they can achieve multiple ones. Here is how you can achieve Good, Evil, or True ending and an explanation about each one of them and whether you can get multiple.
Important: Before proceeding, we warn you that the guide contains spoilers, and if you don't want them, you can leave this page right now.
REMINDER - Hogwarts Legacy was due to launch on PS4 and Xbox One on April 4, but now won't release until 5 May 2023.
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Hogwarts Legacy Endings Explained
While you are completing The Final Repository main quest, you will receive a choice about what to do with the repository. You will get two options to pick from, including" I intend to keep it contained here," which will give you the Good ending, or "I intend to open it," which will give you the Evil ending.
When you choose "I intend to open it," you will be asked about Isidora's Fate, and you will get two options, "You're right" and "This power should not be kept from the world." After you choose a reply, a cutscene will begin where Ranrok will gain the dark power and will turn into a big dragon and kill professor Fig. You will then have to fight it, and after you beat it, you will consume the dark power, and after a long cutscene, you will receive the message that you have completed the story of Hogwarts Legacy.
If you choose "I intend to keep it contained here" and then, after a short dialogue, you will receive two options, "I shall keep it secret for now" and "I shall keep it forever." Choose one of them, and the same cutscene featuring Ranrok will begin; however, this time, professor Fig will survive the battle but will die after it is over. After the next long cutscene, you will get a notification on your screen that you have completed the story of Hogwarts Legacy.
After you have completed the story of Hogwarts Legacy, a new quest will appear for you called The House Cup that will require you to reach level 34. Once you start the quest, a new cutscene will start where they will announce the winner of the House Cup, and this is the True ending of Hogwarts Legacy.
You can achieve True ending whether you pick Good or Evil ending choices before it; however, out of Good and Evil, you can only go on with one of them, and once you pick an option, there is no going back.
Hogwarts Legacy Ending Explained: Good, Evil & True Ending FAQ
How many different endings are there in Hogwarts Legacy?
There are three different endings in Hogwarts Legacy: the Good ending, the Evil ending, and the True ending.
What choices lead to the Good and Evil endings in Hogwarts Legacy?
During the completion of The Final Repository main quest, you will be presented with a choice. Choosing "I intend to keep it contained here" leads to the Good ending, while selecting "I intend to open it" leads to the Evil ending.
Can I achieve multiple endings in Hogwarts Legacy?
No, you can only achieve one ending per playthrough in Hogwarts Legacy. However, regardless of whether you choose the Good or Evil ending, you can still unlock the True ending by completing the post-story quest called The House Cup.
Are there multiple endings in Hogwarts Legacy?
Yes, there are three endings: the Good ending, the Evil ending, and the True ending.