Avalanche Software has promised to release a Hogwarts Legacy update early next week, which will include a patch for the PS5’s bugged collectibles trophy. News surrounding the game’s day-one update has been confusing, to say the least, with WB previously promising a day-one patch that still hasn’t gone live.
Hogwarts Legacy update will retroactively fix PS5 collectibles trophy
The PS5 trophy for obtaining Hogwarts Legacy’s collectibles has a broken counter and doesn’t seem to register what players are picking up. As a result, the trophy is impossible to unlock for some players, also making the Platinum unobtainable.
This was first highlighted by known trophy hunter Brian English, who has since been reassured by Avalanche Studios’ Chandler Wood that the trophy will be patched by Tuesday, February 13th, and it will retroactively fix the counter so players don’t have to backtrack.
I reached out to Avalanche regarding the broken Hogwarts Legacy trophy and received very good news from CM @FinchStrife
“The issue is fixed and we’ll have a patch out Tuesday for it. It will also retroactively fix the issue and pop the Trophy for anyone who didn’t get it.” https://t.co/kTgWfSwJ8A
— Brian English (@PS5Trophies_) February 11, 2023
The full list of Hogwarts Legacy’s known issues that are currently under investigation are listed on the game’s official website.