Hogwarts Legacy – Do Traits Stack?

Stack and become more powerful.

Hogwarts Legacy takes you back to the school before Harry, Hermione, and Ron attend. Instead, you create a witch or wizard and build your own story. As you progress, you unlock spells, abilities, and gear, the latter of which can give you Traits. This may leave you wondering if you can stack Traits in Hogwarts Legacy.

Do Traits Stack in Hogwarts Legacy?

The answer is yes—Traits do stack in Hogwarts Legacy. This allows you to use the same Trait across multiple gear and reap their stacked benefits. As Traits offer strong bonuses and perks, stacking them is a great way to make your witch or wizard more powerful.

Related: Can you remove Traits from gear in Hogwarts legacy?

Typically, you want to spread out your Traits to make your witch or wizard a more well-rounded spellcaster. However, there are times when having a stacked Trait can be the power bump you need to take on difficult challenges.

Keep an eye out for gear containing the Traits you want and keep them in your inventory. Don't be afraid to swap your Traits around as you play to create the perfect build for you. Having different gear on hand lets you switch out your Traits as needed and allows you to adapt to different situations.

For more information on Hogwarts Legacy, check out Hogwarts Legacy – How to get into the Headmaster’s Office and What year does Hogwarts Legacy take place? on Pro Game Guides.

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