Avalanche Software, the company behind Hogwarts Legacy, announced last week that the game's Felix Felicis Potion Recipe quest would be available only on the PlayStation 4. \n \nThe creator explained which versions of the game will contain particular material in a lengthy post on Twitter, which is where the news came from. This happened when there was a lot of misinformation about how complicated the launch was. \n \nWe recognize and apologize for the angst our community has experienced, and we are conscious of the uncertainty that has resulted from the distribution of preorders," Avalanche said. The team is aware of your concerns, and we want to address any confusion you may have. \n \nThe firm continued by stating that the Felix Felicis Potion Recipe will be included with all presales for the PS4 and PS5 Standard, Deluxe, Digital Deluxe, and Collector's Editions. \n \nAll PlayStation versions will include the special quest, Avalanche continued. It can be acquired without placing a preorder. Coming soon: more details about Sony exclusives. \n \nFans of the series have been guessing on the topic, hinting that some tale stuff may be in the works for users of the relevant platform, though the nature of the unique quest is still unknown. \n \nOn the other hand, some of the differences between the game's versions for the PlayStation, Switch, Xbox, and PC may not even be noticeable. No specifics have been provided by Avalanche. \n \nAlthough this kind of platform exclusivity is quickly fading into obscurity, the video game industry has long used this strategy. For instance, Bungie gave Destiny some weapons that were only available on the PlayStation version of the game. \n \nKonami also included a number of exclusive missions for Xbox and PlayStation alongside the release of Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain. \n \nBecause of the association with Harry Potter author JK Rowling, the construction of Hogwarts Legacy has been rife with debate.