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Hogwarts Legacy Director's Personal Room Of Requirement Looks Amazing

"Hogwarts Legacy" has earned praise from critics and become Warner Bros. Games' biggest hit ever thanks, in large part, to its immersive world and a stunning level of customization. One area in the game where these elements particularly shine is the Room of Requirement.

The magical room in Hogwarts that will adapt to the needs of the person entering it becomes available to players early on and, true to its nature, will expand and change to suit their needs. Further, players will have the opportunity to customize the room over time by finding, unlocking, and purchasing new items to place. Some, like a table with a large pot, serve a practical purpose while others are simply decorations that allow each player to make their Room of Requirement truly unique.

Some players will likely spend hours in their room, decorating and crafting a beautiful space to call their own. Few, however, will be able to reach a level of intricacy equal to that of the "Hogwarts Legacy" director. Speaking to IGN about the game and its development, Alan Tew took a moment to show off his personal Room of Requirement and, as befits the person who led the design of the title, it's absolutely amazing.

A well organized and atmospheric room

Tew's Room of Requirement shows off just how much decorating and organizing is possible in "Hogwarts Legacy." The space, which can be seen clearly in a separate video tour, features a large unicorn statue in the center of the main chamber, a separate area for growing plants, a comfortable lounge section, and even a corner devoted to a celebration of Quidditch. It's plain that this is a room from late in the game as it's already undergone several expansions and features lots of different items that will need to be unlocked over time.

In his interview, Tew even offered some advice to players about how to make the most of their room and explained that he likes to balance beauty and utility in his designs. His room includes spaces for useful items while also having plenty of things that are simply there to look nice. He also clearly favors a mysterious atmosphere, limiting natural light and featuring lots of lamps and chandeliers. Whether players take a similar route as Tew or go in a completely different direction, a showcase of his room certainly serves as an inspiration and should motivate gamers to develop their own designs.