Hogwarts Legacy allows players to acquire and use different types of spells, including Unforgivable Curses such as Avada Kedavra. Some of these spells are extremely essential and you must learn to proceed further in the main quest storyline. Levioso and Wingardium Leviosa are two vital spells that may seem similar at first, but vary in terms of utilization.
Difference between Levioso and Wingardium Leviosa in Hogwarts Legacy
While Levioso is a control spell that can be used on enemies and objects, Wingardium Leviosa is a utility spell that can only be used on movable objects. Levioso simply moves the object or victim up in the air and keeps it floating for a while. On the other hand, you can use Wingardium Leviosa on an object to carry and move it around. The affected object's position can be controlled with your character's movement and by using D-pad on a controller.
For instance, if you find a climbable wall that's too high, use Wingardium Leviosa to place a wooden block under the wall to make the climb possible (second image). The similarity between these two spells is that both are used to solve certain puzzles in the game and impart a floating effect.
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Is Levicorpus a spell in Hogwarts Legacy?
The Levicorpus spell leaves the victim hanging upside down in the air for a while. At the time of writing this guide, there is no Levicorpus in Hogwarts Legacy. However, it may be added to the game if the developers plan on releasing a DLC in the future. As of now, there is a spell called Flipendo that flips enemies and objects up in the air instead of hanging them inverted.
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Hogwarts Legacy – Difference between Levioso and Wingardium Leviosa, explained