Hogwarts Legacy Save File Locations on PC, Xbox and PS5 - MGW

Hogwarts Legacy Save File Locations on PC, Xbox and PS5

A squirrel in Hogwarts Legacy

The day has finally come. Avalanche Software’s Hogwarts Legacy is now available to all aspiring witches & wizards and the journey it takes you on is being experienced by thousands of gamers all over the world. It took an excruciatingly long time, but it is finally here.

 

Now that you have made your way to the titular school, been graced by the sorting hat, and placed in your assigned house, you can begin to hone your magic and choose the path you will follow. That might sound a little ominous but it doesn’t have to be.

 

If for some reason you find yourself in need of editing or checking your save file, you’re in luck. In this guide, we will show you exactly where to find your Hogwarts Legacy save file location across all platforms. Whether you are on PC, Xbox Series XIS, PlayStation 5 or (eventually) Switch, we have you covered.

 

You might not be able to magic your way to a perfect save file, but there are plenty of reasons why you might want to know the location of your Hogwarts Legacy save file. Thankfully those reasons are none of our business. All we are here to do is help you out, and that’s exactly what we are going to do!

 

 

Windows / PC

%LOCALAPPDATA%\Hogwarts Legacy\Saved\SaveGames

 

 

PlayStation 4

Settings > Application Saved Data Management > SAVED DATA IN SYSTEM STORAGE > Hogwarts Legacy

 

 

PlayStation 5

Settings > STORAGE > [Storage device] > Saved Data > PS4 Games / PS5 Games > Hogwarts Legacy

 

 

Nintendo Switch

Settings > Data Management > Save Data Cloud Backup > Hogwarts Legacy

 

 

Xbox One

My Games and Apps > Hogwarts Legacy > Menu > Manage Game > SAVED DATA

 

 

Xbox Series X|S

My Games and Apps > Hogwarts Legacy > Menu > Manage Game and add-ons > SAVED DATA

 

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