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How to climb the Battlements in Hogwarts Legacy

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Hogwarts Legacy will send you to all corners of its magical world, including areas well beyond the corridors and classrooms of Hogwarts itself. Exploration is a big part of the game, as you're largely free to roam about as you see fit. However, exploration in Hogwarts Legacy is often more like a puzzle than anything else, and players have quickly discovered that climbing the Battlements near Falbarton Castle requires more than just nimble feet.

Stuck on the High Wall quest? Here's how to climb the Battlements in Hogwarts Legacy and get on with your journey.

Difficulty

Moderate

Duration

30 minutes

What You Need

  • Hogwarts Legacy

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How to climb the Battlements

After meeting Natty at Falbarton Castle, you will be asked to climb the Battlements. Not long into your ascent, you will hit a sheer wall that seems impassible. There’s no clear part to climb, and your broomstick is off limits here. Instead, you will need to make your own path.

Looking to the left of the wall, you will find a gate with a large box behind it. Hit the gear on the wall next to it with Depulso to spin it and raise the gate. Next, cast Accio to pull the box and move it to the wall. Once in place, cast Wingardium Leviosa to levitate the box halfway up the wall and then jump up to climb it. Alternatively, you can cast the levitation spell while standing on the box, but this can get a little wonky with the physics.

Once over this wall, there will be no more major issues between you and the end of the “High Keep” mission.

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