While Hogwarts Legacy is pretty good at telling you how mechanics and systems work there are a few that aren’t really explained. One of those is how to dive in Hogwarts Legacy.
But to save you spamming buttons on your controller or keys on your keyboard, we have the exact button or key you need to press below. We found this out during our Hogwarts Legacy review and it did take us a while. So, if you are planning to properly explore and find everything in the Hogwarts Legacy Collections, then you will want to know what button to press.
How to dive in Hogwarts Legacy
To dive in Hogwarts Legacy you need to press the following buttons while in the water:
- Square on PlayStation
- X on Xbox
- F on PC
While in the water, pressing this button or key will allow you to drop down and look underneath the water level for secrets, items, and more. This will be key as you are clearing up activities on the Hogwarts Legacy map and completing Hogwarts Legacy side quests.
Now you know how to dive in Hogwarts Legacy, why not take a look at some other key control tips? These include how to block and parry in Hogwarts Legacy and how to heal in Hogwarts Legacy. Our Hogwarts Legacy walkthrough also has a bunch of tips and guides to help you out as well.
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.