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Ravenclaw proven to be worst house to choose in Hogwarts Legacy

Ravenclaw proven to be worst house to choose in Hogwarts Legacy

Any other house is better - even Slytherin

Harry Potter fans have long discussed which house they would be part of at Hogwarts (it's Gryffindor and I won't hear different), but now it's been confirmed that Ravenclaw is the official 'worst' house to be part of.

In PC game Hogwarts Legacy where Harry Potter fans can play out their wizarding dreams in the magical school, Ravenclaw has come off as the house with the lowest value.

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In the game, players can link their Harry Potter Fan Club and Warner Bros Games accounts to the game to then be sorted or go through the sorting process in the game.

Once designated to one of the four houses, the game plays out much the same except depending on your house you will meet different characters.

If you’re in Slytherin, you’ll be introduced to Sebastian Sallow, Gryffindor students meet Natsai Onai, Hufflepuff students will discover Poppy Sweeting and Ravenclaws will meet Amit Thakkar.

Whilst everything seems much the same, as the Hogwarts Legacy game continues and players can earn trophies, it's clear that Ravenclaw isn't seen as valuable as the other the other three houses. Players receive a bronze trophy once they hit the max relationship mark with Sebastian, Natsai or Poppy. Yet those who get pally with Amit get nothing for their friendship, no trophy or anything at all.

Ravenclaw is deemed the 'lowest value' house in the game.
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However, Ravenclaw's Amit does unlock Hogwarts Legacy's collectible Astronomy Tables - and players can earn the Collector's Edition trophy if they complete all collections scattered throughout the game. There's 603 of them though so it's no easy feat.

The Hogwarts game was released earlier this year, and was hotly anticipated with it reaching Steam’s number 1 presale game with over 489,000 players a week before launch - a record only beaten by Cyberpunk 2077.

The game was released with some controversy surrounding it though, as some people were calling for a boycott of the game following comments made by author JK Rowling in 2020.

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At the time, the Harry Potter author made headlines after a tweet that read: "If sex isn't real, there's no same-sex attraction. If sex isn't real, the lived reality of women globally is erased."

She added: "I know and love trans people, but erasing the concept of sex removes the ability of many to meaningfully discuss their lives."

Rowling was not involved in the game’s production and developers Avalanche and Warner Brothers included an openly transgender character, Sirona Ryan, which is a first for the Wizarding World.

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