Some of you villainous and evil students arriving at Hogwarts will undoubtedly be dying to get into the house that fits your personality the most: Slytherin. But, what do you need to do to join and get into Slytherin in Hogwarts Legacy?
This guide will help you out in that regard as you make the first big decision as a student, choosing which of the Hogwarts Legacy houses you want to be a part of. This choice in Hogwarts Legacy will affect which of the Hogwarts Legacy common rooms you can explore, so pick an aesthetic that gels with your vibe. This guide is based on our time playing the game for our Hogwarts Legacy review.
To join and get into Slytherin in Hogwarts Legacy you need to choose the option “Ambition” when asked about what the Sorting Hat senses in you during the sorting hat quiz.
Once you answer with this option, you will have to confirm you do want to be a part of Slytherin and you can then begin your journey through Hogwarts. Overall the Hogwarts Legacy house differences aren’t too significant so you can just choose whichever house you gravitate more towards.
It’s a pretty easy process to get into and join Slytherin Hogwarts Legacy and there is the ability to change it before confirming if you do choose the wrong answer in the Hogwarts Legacy sorting hat quiz. So, don’t spend too much time fretting over which of the Hogwarts Legacy characters and Hogwarts Legacy companions you will meet. Just make your choice.
Hogwarts Legacy has drawn considerable criticism during its development, largely due to the fact that the creator of the Harry Potter series, J.K. Rowling, has made a number of transphobic remarks on social media in recent years.
While Avalanche has confirmed that J.K. Rowling is not “directly involved” in the development of Hogwarts Legacy, it is working with “her team” and Portkey Games, a Warner Bros. label dedicated to launching new experiences inspired by J.K. Rowling’s original stories. It is currently unclear whether she will earn any royalties from the game’s sale, but it is likely given it is based on her original body of work.
If you would like to learn more about transgender rights or lend your support, we’d encourage you to check out the National Center for Transgender Equality in the US and Mermaids in the UK.