Even while Hogwarts Legacy is still the year’s biggest release, it’s unclear how many Harry Potter enthusiasts are still actively playing the open-world game. The activity on the game’s official Reddit page indicates that many people are still playing the February title, either through repeated playthroughs or because they are gradually progressing through the adventure’s wealth of content. In order to achieve this, a player recently discovered a quite macabre and disturbing secret of Hogwarts Legacy in the Room of Requirement, which is unlocked fairly early on in the game.

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by u/ultradespairthot in HarryPotterGame

The disturbing discovery is in the Hogwarts Legacy Room of Requirement

As you are aware, players are free to customize the Room of Requirement’s decor, including hanging various objects from the ceiling or walls. Mounted House-Elf Heads, which are exactly what they sound like—taxidermy house elf heads—is one of the items you can unlock to put up. While this is unsettling, as one player points out, house eleves view having their heads put on a mantle at their owner’s home as a wonderful honor. The heads of deceased elves don’t exactly make for fantastic room decorations, so it happens because it’s one of the highest accolades a house elf can earn.

Always feel free to chime in with a comment and let us know if you were aware that this was a part of the game. Available on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S is Hogwarts Legacy. It will be accessible starting on May 5 on PS4 and Xbox One before concluding on July 25 with a Nintendo Switch port.

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