Hogwarts Legacy Character Customization Options: Here are all the options that you have in order to customize your witch or wizard. Spoiler: There are a lot!
One of the best parts of a video game is when you have the ability to customize your character. If you are like me, this part alone can take well over an hour as you explore all of the options and make sure that you have them just right. Hogwarts Legacy offers what feels like unlimited character customization options. Here are all of the options that the game lets you choose from.
Hogwarts Legacy Character Customization Options
When it comes to Hogwarts Legacy Character Customization, the possibilities might feel endless, but they aren’t. The first thing you do is design the look of your character, where you can select hair color, skin tone, scarring, and facial features.
The game has thirty preset characters to start off with. Players will select one and then move on to the customization options so that they can make the witch or wizard their own.
Every Hogwarts Legacy Character Customization Option
- 30 presets
- 15 face shapes
- 4 glasses options (including no glasses)
- 20 skin colors
- 32 hair color
- 50 hairstyles
- 10 complexion
- 10 freckles and moles
- 10 scares and markings
- 25 eye color
- 32 eyebrow color
- 20 eyebrow shape
- 2 voices with 5 pitches each
- Story: easy, normal, hard
- Name (First and Last)
- Witch or Wizard
About Hogwarts Legacy
Hogwarts Legacy is an immersive, open-world action RPG set in the world first introduced in the Harry Potter books. For the first time, experience Hogwarts in the 1800s. Your character is a student who holds the key to an ancient secret that threatens to tear the wizarding world apart.
Now you can take control of the action and be at the center of your own adventure in the wizarding world. Your legacy is what you make of it.
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