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Hogwarts Legacy: How to Cast Every Spell

This quick guide shows you how to cast every spell in Hogwarts Legacy!

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Hogwarts Legacy How to Cast Every Spell

Hogwarts Legacy has numerous spells you can use for both combat and puzzle-solving.

There have already been numerous spells revealed in gameplay trailers, and there will certainly be even more to discover when the game is released.

So far, we know of a good handful of spells, and each spell revealed so far appeared in the Harry Potter books and movies.

However, how exactly do you cast these spells in-game? This guide will answer just that.

How to Cast Spells in Hogwarts Legacy

How to Cast Spells in Hogwarts Legacy

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Once you have learned a spell in Hogwarts Legacy, it will be assigned to a face button on the controller.

There will be two types of spells, one for interacting with the world and one for combat.

To change the type of spell, you need to hold down R2 or the right trigger to change the purpose of the face buttons.

There are some instances in which you can quick-cast a spell with R1 or right trigger to fling objects like boxes or rocks at enemies.

However, you aren’t limited to the four spells assigned to the face button. You can assign different loadouts and change the spells in the face buttons.

You can do this by holding down the R2 or right trigger and using the D-Pad. This will provide you with a versatile move set without entering the spell menu.

All Announced Spells

All Announced Spells

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Here are the confirmed spells in the game that we know of:

  • Accio – Accio pulls enemies and objects toward you. You can use it in combat or to complete puzzles.
  • Alohomora – Alohomora is the unlocking spell that you can use to unlock locks to open doors, windows, chests, and more which will lead to a mini-game.
  • Arresto Momentum – Arresto Momentum freezes the enemy briefly, making it useful in combat.
  • Avada Kedavra – Avada Kedavra kills whomever it is cast on.
  • Confringo – Confringo shoots a fireball out of your wand which can be used in combat or to solve puzzles.
  • Crucio – Crucio will damage the target slowly over time or cause significant damage.
  • Descendo – Descendo slams enemies into the ground for massive damage.
  • Diffindo – Diffindo is a cutting spell that can be used in combat or for solving puzzles.
  • Expelliarmus – Expelliarmus is a disarming spell that can remove the wand from your opponent’s hand.
  • Flipendo – Flipendo will knock your opponent backward so you can distance yourself from the battle.
  • Imperio – Imperio is a spell that charms enemies to fight for you.
  • Incendio – Incendio sets enemies and objects on fire. The spell is used for combat and puzzles.
  • Lumos – Lumos is the light spell that can light the way in dark areas. The spell is also used to solve puzzles.
  • Patrificus Totalus – Patrificus Totalus petrifies enemies so they can’t move.
  • Protego – Protego is a shield that is used to protect you from damage.
  • Reparo – Reparo is a mending charm spell used to repair items that you use it on.
  • Rictusempra – Rictusempra disarms and distracts opponents it is cast on.
  • Riddikulus – Riddikulus is used against boggarts, causing them to change shape.
  • Stupefy – Stupefy causes a bit of damage but also stuns the opponent to get you some breathing room.
  • Wingardium Leviosa – Wingardium Leviosa is a levitation spell used to lift enemies up in combat or lift items up to solve puzzles.

These are what we’ve known so far. It’s possible that more spells will be introduced once the game releases.

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