Hogwarts Legacy chapters list: All main missions that progress the story
Every Hogwarts Legacy quest that will push you towards the ending.
The Wizarding World is upon Nintendo Switch owners of the world (all 132.46 million of them!), who finally have a chance to experience it for themselves and work their way through the Hogwarts Legacy chapters - of which we have a full list with all main missions that progress the story.
Certain parts of the open world are locked away by particular spells and skills, requiring you to undertake specific quests before these parts of Hogwarts and beyond open up - so be sure to pay attention in class!
A lot of these quests can be missed, given how many come flying your way, so be sure to check what homework and missions you've neglected in the Quests Tab.
Once you start completing these quests, things will fall into place, with the puzzles and challenges that halted you in your tracks before now making sense - as these always pertain to some new skill or spell you've learned.
But read on and we'll go over the Hogwarts Legacy chapter list in the same order — and broken up into the same sections — as they appear in the game, and you'll be able to see how much farther there is to go.
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But do keep in mind that some of the mission names include light spoilers.
Hogwarts Legacy chapters list: All main missions
- The Path to Hogwarts
Attend Your First Day at Hogwarts
- Welcome to Hogwarts
- Charms Class
- Defence Against the Dark Arts Class
- Weasley After Class
- Professor Ronen’s Assignment
- Welcome to Hogsmeade
Find the Secret in the Restricted Section
- The Locket’s Secret
- Professor Hecat’s Assignment 1
- Secrets of the Restricted Section
- Tomes and Tribulations
Live as a Student Until Professor Fig Returns
- Herbology Class
- Potions Class
- The Girl from Uagadou
- Trials of Merlin
Tell Professor Fig About the Map Chamber
- House specific quest
- Professor Hecat’s Assignment 2
- Jackdaw’s Rest
Complete the First Keeper Trial
- Flying Class
- In the Shadow of the Undercroft
- The Room of Requirement
Improve Your Magical Abilities to Access the Next Trial
- The Map Chamber
Prepare For Your Search For the Next Keeper
- Percival Rackham’s Trial
Prepare For Your Search For the Final Keeper
- Beasts Class
- The Caretaker’s Lunar Lament
- The Helm of Urtkot
- In the Shadow of the Estate
- The Elf, The Nab-Sack, and the Loom
- Astronomy Class
- Professor Garlick’s Assignment 1
- The High Keep
- Back on the Path
- Charles Rookwood’s Trial
Stop Ranrok and Rookwood
- Fire and Vice
- Professor Weasley’s Assignment
- In the Shadow of the Mine
- It’s All Gobbledegook
- The Headmistress Speaks
- The Polyjuice Plot
- Niamh Fitzgerald’s Trial
Prepare for Your OWLS
- In the Shadow of the Mountain
- Lodgok’s Loyalty
- San Bakar’s Trial
- Wand Mastery
- The Final Repository
- Weasley’s Watchful Eye
- The House Cup
Of course, there are plenty of other things to do in the game as well, including various collect-athons and other side quests.
As you explore the open world, you'll often hear a snippet of an interesting conversation, which is enough in some cases to add a new subtask to your Quests tab in the main menu.
If you want to 100 per cent complete the game and get all the Hogwarts Legacy trophies, you'll need to finish that side stuff, too!
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- Hogwarts Legacy common rooms - tour all four
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- Hogwarts Legacy multiplayer - is it co-op?
- Hogwarts Legacy Switch - handheld version explained
- Hogwarts Legacy PC requirements - the specs you need
- Hogwarts Legacy Deluxe Edition - price for early access
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