Hogwarts Legacy: History is not anti-Semitic for Jason Schreier.
Jason Schreier defends Hogwarts Legacy from Wired USA’s accusation, stating that there is no anti-Semitism, just a lot of boredom and a lot of filler content.
The review of Hogwarts Legacy published by Wired USA has sparked a heated debate both among the public and among insiders. Among the many accusations that the author of the article has leveled against the game is that of having given space to a narrative that includes elements of an anti-Semitic matrix.
The well-known journalist Jason Schreier also spoke on the matter in these hours with a series of tweets. In the tweets, which you can find below, Schreier wanted to tell him about the Action RPG of Avalanche , underlining how the game is not actually anti-Semitic , but only characterized by a boring story full of fillers.
Having almost finished Hogwarts Legacy I come to inform you that the story is not anti-Semitic, just boring ,” Schreier began on Twitter.
According to Schreier, therefore, the story of Hogwarts Legacy would not include anti-Semitic elements, but just a lot of boredom. For the journalist, the most impressive part of the game remains Hogwarts Castle, which is reproduced with great care and attention to detail. As far as the experience is concerned, the journalist underlines how repetitive and too diluted it is like most of the games these days.
“ I’m sure hardcore Harry Potter fans will love this stuff – concluded Schreier – but if you’ve decided to boycott Hogwarts Legacy or don’t want to know anything about the franchise because of Rowling, I don’t think you’re missing much. ”
Before leaving you, we remind you that Hogwarts Legacy is now available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC. The version for the previous generation of consoles, on the other hand, will undergo a discrete delay compared to expected: in fact, it will be released on April 4, 2023 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and on July 25, 2023 on Nintendo Switch.