Hogwarts Legacy released earlier this year on PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. Those who haven’t made the upgrade to next-gen consoles have had to wait, until now. Warner Bros. Games and Avalanche Software have released Hogwarts Legacy on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

The Switch version is still set to release on July 25.

Hogwarts Legacy takes place over 100 years before the events of the novels and films. It’s a third-person action-RPG where players create their own young witch or wizard attending Hogwarts as a fifth-year student.

Players can attend classes, learn spells and potions, make friends, battle monsters, and explore the school and surrounding areas.

The game appears to be running decently well on the older consoles, with 30 frames per second at 1600×900 on PS4, or up to 1080p on PS4Pro. Watch this version comparison video from Instant-Gaming.

Since launching in February, Hogwarts Legacy has been a huge success, selling over 10 million copies in less than a month. It has since reached 15 million units sold and reached $1 billion in total retail sales, joining the likes of Mortal Kombat and the Lego Games in Warner Bros.’ gaming catalog.

Hogwarts Legacy is rated T for Teen, with blood, fantasy violence, mild language, and alcohol use.

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