Hogwarts Legacy allows gamers to turn themselves into a Wizard or a Witch to see if they can become the best the Wizarding World has ever seen. One thing that makes Wizards and Witches so powerful is potions. There are a total of six potions available in the base game. If you purchased the Deluxe Edition, you have access to a seventh potion. Potions will prove to be very useful against enemies in Hogwarts Legacy. You are just going to have to make sure you know how to unlock them and that when they are unlocked, you have the correct ingredients to brew them.
Potions are not going to be available as soon as you load up Hogwarts Legacy. You are going to have to wait until you reach that point in the main story before you can get your hands wet with potions. Luckily, you won’t have to wait too long.
1. Wiggenweld Potion
Where to find: Your first two potions aren’t unlocked until you reach finish Main Quest 13 “Potions Class.” The entire Quest will teach you the ins and outs about potions. This is when the Wiggenweld Potion is unlocked automatically because of this Quest.
Ingredients Needed to Brew: 1x Horklump Juice and 1x Dittany Leaves
Potion Purpose: This potion is great because it is a potion that allows you to heal yourself. Healing will be crucial, especially when battling enemies. Carrying this potion on you will come in handy and can be the difference between life and death in certain circumstances.
Brew Length: This potion takes 15 seconds to brew.
2. Endurus Potion
Where to find: The Endurus Potion is the second potion you unlock in Main Quest 13. Once again, a great Quest that teaches you how to start brewing potions. Just like the Wiggenweld Potion, the Endurus Potion will be unlocked automatically once the Quest is finished.
Ingredients Needed to Brew: 1x Ashwinder Egg and 1x Mongrel Fur
Potion Purpose: This potion allows you to increase your defense a little bit. This almost acts as an armor to allow greater resistance towards enemy attacks.
Brew Length: This potion takes 30 seconds to brew.