Fans are looking for fidelity in all details.
Hogwarts Legacy was released about a month ago, bringing with it a real success for Warner Bros, which has led to the fact that the development of a sequel is already being talked about, in which we could get to have Quiditchvisit Diagon Alley, among other activities that fans of the title have missed in this one.
However, it must be said that much of the success of the title comes from the debates that exist in the gaming community around some of the sections of the game, so I sincerely believe that no one who has played Hogwarts Legacy will have any doubts about who is the most hated character in the video game. However, in this case what a user has done goes much further, since in the fanaticism to find a perfect recreation of the world of Harry Potter, we have been able to discover that the design of the ties is wrong.
Hogwarts Legacy Ties Are Misrepresented
Reddit user known as CaptainRumBelly, who has confirmed that he is a Slytherin in the game, has made a comprehensive analysis of game ties affirming that these are poorly represented in Hogwarts Legacy, leading to the fact that their stripes are not aligned correctly, since they point in their lower part to the right shoulder, when at the time in which the game is set it should have point left. At the same time, the top of the tie is aligned with the bottom, when it should be the other way around.
The reason given by this Reddit user for this is based on the fact that this style of tie derives from the American one and not from the one seen in the United Kingdom or Europe. It should be noted that it is unknown if this occurs as such in the books, but CaptainRumbelly states that the ties seen in the Harry Potter movies are the correct ones. However, it must be said that this does not make the game worse or better. You can take a look at the post below:
For the rest, it only remains to remember that Hogwarts Legacy is now available for PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X/Sso that on April 4 a version will be released for PS4 and Xbox One and on July 25 another for Nintendo Switch.