Hogwarts Legacy lets you freely explore the school of witchcraft and wizardry, and also features a fairly large open world that's full of adventure. If you're just now starting your journey as a student of magic, you might be wondering about the game's map size and the locations you'll get to visit.
Hogwarts Legacy's map size is large enough to warrant a mount system that, after a certain point in the main story, allows you to use brooms and various creatures to reach far-flung locations. Here is what you need to know about how big its open world is.
Hogwarts Legacy Map Size and Locations
Hogwarts Legacy's map screen is split into three sections. The first covers Hogwarts Castle which itself has plenty of locations to explore.
This is an extremely detailed rendition of the school, that features a lot of familiar sights from the Harry Potter movies, from the Grand Staircase to different classrooms and even the four houses' common rooms.
You can walk between its different wings and carefully look for collectible items, or use its network of Floo Flames to fast travel between locations.
Another section of Hogwarts Legacy's map, that contributes a bit less to its size, is Hogsmeade. The village is your go-to location when you need to restock your supplies, housing several shops like The Magic Neep or Dogweed and Deathcap.
The third section of Hogwarts Legacy's map, making up for a good chunk of its size, are the locations comprising The Highlands surrounding the school.
They amount to 14 different regions that house a variety of activities and enemies, some more deadly than others. Here is the full list.
- North Ford Bog
- Forbidden Forest
- Hogsmeade Valley
- North Hogwarts Region
- South Hogwarts Region
- Hogwarts Valley
- Feldcroft Region
- South Sea Bog
- Coastal Cavern
- Poidsear Coast
- Marunweem Lake
- Manor Cape
- Clagmar Coast
With Hogwarts Legacy's map size and locations covered, also drop by our guides on opening eye chests and finding fluxweed.
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