While decorating the Room of Requirement in Hogwarts Legacy, players may feel overwhelmed without some guidance.
Players can not only locate the Room of Requirement, one of the most recognizable settings in the Harry Potter canon, but also construct their own private meditation spaces within it in Hogwarts Legacy.
Since Professor Weasley has granted the main character access to the room so that they can get caught up on their schoolwork, the player is free to use the room in any way they see fit. Even without any decorations, the Room of Requirement will look amazing, but with these guidelines, Hogwarts Legacy players can make their rooms look even more spectacular.
Get Motivated and Pick a Subject
Players should survey the Room of Requirement for ideas and try to settle on a design theme before beginning construction. The Harry Potter films and/or the existing Room of Requirement designs for Hogwarts Legacy can serve as inspiration for this.
Since the game takes place in the late 19th century, players might also find inspiration from actual Victorian furniture and decor. However, since this is their own personal space, players are not limited to lore-friendly or historically accurate themes; they are free to create a room in the style of anything they like, including something from a different franchise.
Combining Different Looks
There are four different aesthetic options available to you: scientific, botanical, eclectic, and gothic, which can be applied to many of the game’s fundamental conjuration items as well as the walls, floor, and ceiling. It’s worth noting that these are the most common design choices for each of the four common rooms at Hogwarts: Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff, Slytherin, and Gryffindor.
While it is possible to achieve a stunning look by sticking to just one of these themes when decorating the Room of Requirement, don’t be afraid to mix and match styles. Stone Gothic windows, for instance, can be a beautiful complement to a stone Botanical floor. The results of altering the colors of these objects are also surprising.
Achieve the Maximum Number of Spells
The best conjurations in Hogwarts Legacy can make a world of difference when it comes to decorating the Room of Requirement. Players should work toward unlocking as many conjurations as possible to ensure they never run out of options.
Herbology and Potion-related practical conjuration spellcrafts can be purchased from Tomes and Scrolls in Hogsmeade, while the majority of the game’s other conjuration spellcrafts are unlocked at random from various hexagonal collection chests. The Butterflies will lead you to some of these chests. Some conjurations can only be performed after a certain mission has been completed; when the player is in the Room of Requirement, they can find out which quest is necessary by hovering over the item in the building’s menu.
Make Space by Filling Bookcases
The Room of Requirement expands to include new rooms, corridors, and vivarium biomes, each with their own entrances, as the player advances through the game. Players can, however, further subdivide their rooms and even build their own corridors if they so choose.
Bookcases, when placed side by side, give the appearance of walls and make otherwise open areas feel more intimate. Dressing screens can also be used for this purpose and expanded to create substantial partitions.
Downsize some furniture and make some room for Deek.
If the players have listened to the House-elf Deek’s story, they will know that he has been through a lot in the past, but that doesn’t stop him from being friendly and willing to help. Players should set aside some of their Room of Requirement for Deek if they plan on doing so.
Players have the option of reducing the size of any furniture they set up for Deek, including the chairs he might use to relax in. Role playing in Hogwarts Legacy is always a good time, even if Deek won’t be using these items. To get the most out of your conjurations, it’s a good idea to play around with the size of the items you’re using.
Create the Right Atmosphere
One of the many things Professor Weasley explains to the players about the Room of Requirement is that they can always change the mood by talking to Deek. This is an aspect of creation that is often neglected, and it’s one that players may have forgotten.
Players can choose from a variety of settings, each of which can have a significant visual impact, ranging from the dark and mysterious to the natural and airy. The mood can be altered at a later time, but it’s helpful to experiment with different settings first to see how furniture and decorations fare.
The PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S versions of Hogwarts Legacy are now available, with PS4 and Xbox One versions following on May 5 and a Switch release following on July 25.