For Harry Potter fans, Hogwarts Legacy has been a highly anticipated game, allowing players to explore the wizarding world and cast spells just like Harry Potter himself. But it's a game, after all, and as with any game, there are bound to be occasional glitches. Recently, one player ran into such an issue – a glitch that recreated the Apparate spell from the Harry Potter films.
The Apparate spell is a spell that is used throughout the wizarding world lore. In the films, it is used to instantly teleport characters from one place to another with a loud cracking noise, completely bypassing the distance between them. But this glitch in Hogwarts Legacy works a bit differently. When the player attempted to cast the Depulso spell, which typically pushes a targeted enemy or object away from the caster, the player himself was pushed with great force, though thankfully, without any damage taken.
This glitch has caused some confusion in the fan community on how exactly the Apparate spell should work. While the original books described the spell as a way to instantly transport a witch or wizard from one place to another, the later Harry Potter movies depicted Apparate as more of a magical form of flying. This video, however, recreates more of the original description from the books, with the player appearing to traverse a short distance quickly.
Despite the confusion, some viewers of the video found humor in the situation. Comments such as "I love how even your character seemed taken aback" and "I think we know why Herodiana eventually vanished" found a home in the discussion about the glitch.
Overall, this glitch in Hogwarts Legacy has brought some confusion and humor to the game, and some players may even find a way to use it to their advantage. Though the Apparate spell is not officially in the game, it can still be used in some roundabout way. For now, fans may have to appreciate this unintentional recreation of the famous Apparate spell.