New “Hogwarts Legacy” Shots Revealed in ASMR Video
The developers of the long-awaited Hogwarts Legacy, a Harry Potter-inspired video game that is set to be released later this year, have revealed new footage of some of the exterior locations we can expect to see in the game, in the form of an ASMR video.
From the various nighttime shots of the exterior of Hogwarts Castle and snippets of Hogsmeade Village, the 20-minute video gives us a good sense of the level of quality and detail we can expect within the game.
The shots within the video are coupled with ASMR (autonomous sensory meridian response) sounds, bringing the magically familiar environments to life. You can hear the sound of crickets outside Hogwarts Castle, rain showers, rain droplets, and thunder crashing.
The rain is falling on a calm spring evening in Hogwarts Legacy – time to unwind with a quiet stroll through the castle grounds and beyond to Hogsmeade. Enjoy the sounds of the wizarding world.
Since the initial gameplay reveals, the Hogwarts Legacy channel has uploaded another video. It features the game’s development team talking about what players can expect from the game as well as addressing how much the game draws upon the series’ lore.
We must admit, the calming ASMR video gives us a comforting sense of being back in one of the Potter films, reminiscent of some of the many shots that looked at Hogwarts from a distance or glided over the grounds along with the magical Potter score.
This isn’t the first reveal we’ve had about Hogwarts Legacy – the newly designed Hogwarts House patches have been released, which thankfully still feature the iconic designs but have been redesigned with simplicity and show texture and stitching. Ravenclaws will be pleased to see that an eagle sits upon their House crest.
Another relief for fans is that the single-player game will not feature any in-game purchases or microtransactions.
The ASMR video has certainly made us eager to get our hands on the game. Will you be playing Hogwarts Legacy when it’s released later this year?