How to access Hogwarts Legacy Twitch drops and get exclusive gear

Hogwarts Legacy Twitch drops
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What are Hogwarts Legacy Twitch drops and how do you get in on the action? The developer team at Avalanche Software is giving out unique gear looks via Twitch streams; all you have to do is link your Twitch and Warner Brothers accounts to earn items simply by watching livestreams. 

When you tune in to watch Avalanche's Hogwarts content for at least 20 minutes, you'll automatically be rewarded with claimable items to use in-game. They are truly exclusive goods, since they can't be found in any Hogwarts Legacy store, vendor, or lootable chest. If you're a true collector and can't wait to swish around the castle in all your finery, here's how to access those Hogwarts Legacy Twitch drops so you never miss out on limited-edition goodies.

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If you don't already have a Warner Brothers Games account then you'll need to create one. You'll have to supply your age, email address, and a unique screen name to set all that up. Once you've done that you can link it to your Twitch account. Once that's all done it's just a case of waiting for the next Hogwarts Legacy Twitch livestream from developer Avalanche Software. We had some during the PS5 and Xbox Series X launch, so there will be more when Hogwarts Legacy is on PS4.

Hogwarts Legacy Twitch drops

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If you claim and drops  they'll go to your Twitch Inventory, being sure to click and claim each one of the rewards as they unlock. Next time you load into Hogwarts Legacy, your Gear and appearances should be waiting for you. Just be sure you clear out some space in your Hogwarts Legacy gear slots to accommodate for them, since new items means less space in your inventory. 

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