What is the Dark Arts Battle Arena in Hogwarts Legacy?

Tempting, for sure.

Hogwarts Legacy allows you to experiment with the darker side of magic from the Harry Potter universe. One of the ways to do so is by fighting in Dark Arts Battle Arena. Battle Arenas are both places and unique game modes featured in Hogwarts Legacy that allow you to practice using various spells by fighting waves of enemies. Here is what we know about the Dark Arts Battle Arena in Hogwarts Legacy.

What is Hogwarts Legacy's Dark Arts Battle Arena?

While you will find two other Battle Arenas in the base game, the Dark Arts Battle Arena will only be available to players who pre-order the Collectors or Deluxe Version of Hogwarts Legacy. You can find this arena inside the Forbidden Forest. It will allow you to tool your character with specific Dark Art spells, such as Avada Kedavra or Crucio, and practice with these spells against many enemies. You can even practice in the Dark Arts Battle Arena to preview how the spells are used in combat early in the game.

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Thanks to the Wizard's Field Guide, you will be encouraged to complete challenges called Dueling Feats inside of the Battle Arenas. We noticed challenges during this gameplay showcase: Hit a Ranger with StupefyUse a Mandrake against an enemy, and Use Protego successfully ten times.

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