Potion-making is an important part of being a witch or a wizard, and you can brew many of them in Hogwarts Legacy. If you are a fan of the Harry Potter series, then you know the wonders these magical concoctions can do. While it may seem boring to some, with all the Spells and Talents, these potions can save you from sticky situations. Using them, you can get buffs during combat, go invisible for strength, and much more. This guide will cover all about potion-making in this game.
List of Revealed Potions in Hogwarts Legacy
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Here are all the potions we found in the gameplay revealed so far:
- Wiggenweld Potion: Veteran HP games players will recognize this one. It’s the healing potion in the game you can use during or after a duel.
- Invisibility Potion: Although not as good as the legendary Invisibility Cloak, this potion will make you invisible for a short duration of time.
- Polyjuice Potion: This potion will allow you to transform into another person. However, you will need to get their essence first.
- Felix Felicis Potion: Also known as Liquid Luck, this potion will make you lucky for a short period. You can get its recipe as a pre-order bonus.
- Edurus Potion: This potion will turn your skin rocky, providing you with some extra defense during combat.
- Focus Potion: Another potion for duels, this will reduce your Spell Cooldown time.
These are all the known ones but make sure to return when the game releases on February 10 for more.
How to Brew Potions
To brew Potions in Hogwarts Legacy, you will need the recipe and ingredients. Then, you’ll have to use them at the Brewing Station in the Room of Requirements. You’ll also have to attend the Potions class. But don’t worry, you won’t have Professor Snape as this game is set in a timeline where Phineas Nigellus Black was the Headmaster. Brewing will work via quick-time events, meaning you’ll have to press the prompted button to get it right.