Hogwarts Legacy is giving away five items in Twitch Drops, and here is how to get these Twitch Drops.

The release of Hogwarts Legacy has finally arrived, with millions of gamers from all around the world rushing in to live out their Harry Potter fantasies.

While the game allows you to immerse yourself in the wizarding world, there are numerous personalization options available, so you don’t have to wear Gryffindor, Slytherin, Hufflepuff, or Ravenclaw colors while out and about.

Several of these goods are unlocked through challenges, and others may be purchased at Hogsmeade shops, but there will be five exclusive items available only through Twitch Drops.

How to get Hofwarts Legacy Twitch Drops on the Launch event

That’s correct, Hogwarts Legacy will participate in Twitch Drops throughout the early stages of its release cycle, with drops available from streamers and Avalanche themselves.

Four of the five drops will be available to streamers that play the game with drops enabled. To get all four, you must have a WB Games account linked to your Twitch profile and watch these streamers for around two hours.

These drops will be available from February 7 through to February 25, so you have plenty of time to get your hands on them!

  1. Connect your WB Games account to your Twitch profile
  2. Head over to any Hogwarts Legacy stream with the ‘drops enabled’ tag
  3. Watch the stream for around 2 hours and claim the drops in your Twitch inventory
  4. Enjoy the new items!

Merlin’s Cloak Twitch drop for Hogwarts Legacy

Merlin’s Cloak is the other major item offered to players via the drops system. It’s a glitzy attire that will undoubtedly heighten your magic. This will, however, be a little more exclusive than the others.

Instead of viewing any Hogwarts Legacy broadcast, you must tune into one of Avalanche’s own streams for at least 20 minutes. The next one is on Friday, February 24 at 2 p.m. PST/5 p.m. EST/10 p.m. GMT/11 p.m. CEST.

We may see a Hogwarts Legacy game return to the Twitch Drops system in the future, and we’ll update this article accordingly.