A Hogwarts Legacy Director’s Cut is in Development, Says New Report

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A new report from Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier on the development of Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has revealed that Warner Bros. is working on a new Hogwarts Legacy Director’s Cut.

In the Bloomberg report, Schreier details a lot of Suicide Squad’s shortcomings (which we encourage you to read here), but towards the end of the report, it’s said that Warner Bros. is now working on Director’s Cut of Hogwarts Legacy.

The game, which was developed by Avalanche Software was the most successful game in 2023, selling over 23 million copies. Within two weeks on launch, the game sold an impressive 12 million copies and generated over $850 million in global revenue. Given that Warner Bros. also lost over $200 million in the development of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, it makes sense to continue to capitalize on a successful release. It’s said that the majority of Rocksteady is working on the Directors Cut.

Today, Hogwarts Legacy will also be getting a huge new update across all platforms. The update is being promoted by WB Games encouraging users to share their screenshots taken in photomode with the hashtag #CaptureTheUnwritten.

It’s not entirely clear on what will be included in the Directors Cut, or when it will be released. But given that Bloomberg’s sources have revealed its existence, it could be announced sooner rather than later.

What do you think about a Harry Potter: Hogwarts Legacy Directors Cut? Let us know down int he comments below!

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  1. My hope that a directors cut will include the house point system and quidditch. Along with the removal of the blatant Sweet Baby inc and DEI crap that didn’t properly portray a late 19th century Britain like it was supposed to. The game felt like it was supposed to be set in modern day rather than the late 19th century

    1. @Zeke Aw, did the fictional video game about wizards and magic hurt your wittle feelings because it had the audacity to *gasp* put minorities in the game?

  2. What bout the other DC titles from Monolith outside Wonder Woman and WB Montreal? Will we ever get an open world Batman Beyond?

  3. I refuse to buy the sequel when it comes out because they didn’t make any DLC. I will never buy another game from this company again.

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