The Hogwarts Legacy Merlin Cloak and how to get it question has been ringing around in the ears of players over the initial launch week as they wonder how to get it. But, thankfully, the way to grab it is pretty easy, although it won’t be available forever.
So, if you do want to grab it then you will need to get it soon and redeem it on your Hogwarts Legacy account. To find out what to do you can read below.
The Merlin Cloak is an exclusive gear cosmetic item. To unlock the Hogwarts Legacy Merlin Cloak, you need to watch at least 20 minutes of the Avalanche Software Twitch Stream on February 24 at 2 PM PT to earn the Twitch Drop.
Twitch Drops for Hogwarts Legacy can be earned by simply connecting up your Twitch and WB Games profiles. This can be done here and then once claimed will appear in the game. So, be sure to watch a stream before you miss your opportunity to earn the item. This will then be available from February 10, including for PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch players who can watch now and then pick up the item in-game when those versions release.
So that covers the Hogwarts Legacy Merlin Cloak and how to get it. With this item in your pocket, you can look at the other Hogwarts Legacy character customisation options, Hogwarts Legacy wand customisation options, and Hogwarts Legacy broom customisation options available. Other guides and tips can also be found in our Hogwarts Legacy walkthrough hub.
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.