Hogwarts Legacy Enchants Twitch and Breaks Viewer Record


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Despite its notable controversy – or perhaps because of it – Hogwarts Legacy is already reaching new heights shortly after its Deluxe Edition made early access available on Tuesday. According to Twitter user Okami Games (and since confirmed by multiple other sources), the open-world RPG broke the record for concurrent viewers for a single-player title on Twitch, peaking at 1.2 million.

This feat surpasses that previous high pinned by Cyberpunk 2077 (1.14 million) on December 9, 2020. The platform remains the most popular for multiplayer or non-gaming content, with the top spots being held by Special Events (3.33 million) and League of Legends ( 3.11 million) are occupied.

Avalanche Software’s Harry Potter adventure has been one of the most hotly debated titles in recent memory, inextricably linked to the reputation of series creator JK Rowling. Although many have chosen to boycott the game, its status as a hot topic has propelled it to unprecedented notoriety.

The game’s airing has proven to be a double-edged sword for many, with some concerted campaigns aimed at targeting streamers on Twitch. Regardless of one’s stance on Hogwarts Legacy, there’s no denying that it’s ridden a wave of publicity, both good and bad, en route to what appears to be a groundbreaking launch window.

For those who are still undecided whether or not to invest in the game, Juniper Finch’s recent article discussing their take on the matter is highly recommended.

https://twinfinite.net/2023/02/hogwarts-legacy-casts-spell-on-twitch-breaking-viewership-record/ Hogwarts Legacy Enchants Twitch and Breaks Viewer Record

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