What Is the LEGO Harry Potter Collection?
The Harry Potter series was huge and remains huge. For proof, look no further than the fact that the books spawned an entire series of movies as well as a wide range of other products, with an excellent example being the spin-off series of movies that are being made at the moment. As a result, it is no wonder that Lego produced a Harry Potter line, which in turn, resulted in the LEGO Harry Potter games from Traveller’s Tales.
For those who are unfamiliar with those games, the LEGO Harry Potter games consisted of LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 and LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7. Both games focused on covering the story-lines of the Harry Potter movies, but with very minor changes for the purpose of introducing additional humor to them. Gameplay-wise, the LEGO Harry Potter games were much the same as other LEGO games from Traveller’s Tales in that they stressed collection as well as exploration, though the elements of spell-casting as well as potion-making lent them a fair amount of their particular style.
Now, it has been announced that there will be a LEGO Harry Potter Collection, which will be a remaster of both LEGO Harry Potter games. Said remaster will be released for both the Xbox One and the Nintendo Switch on October 30, which is no more than a short time in the future.
What Can People Expect from the LEGO Harry Potter Collection?
Since LEGO Harry Potter Collection is a remaster, interested individuals shouldn’t expect a lot of changes from the original games. However, those who have played the LEGO Harry Potter games should find that the improvements will make the remaster more pleasing to their eyes, while those who haven’t should find the remaster to be a convenient way to play a couple of the better-received installments in the LEGO series. As a result, interested individuals should keep a close eye out for it as the release approaches, though if they are really curious, they might want to check out the remaster that was released for the PS4 in 2016, seeing as how there is some indication that the two remasters are more-or-less the same.