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How to Pop Balloons in Hogwarts Legacy: Madam Kogawa’s Assignment 1 Guide


by Joe Greene
How to Pop Balloons in Hogwarts Legacy

Madam Kogawa’s first assignment requires Hogwarts Legacy players to pop balloons in two different areas. However, many players are confused on how exactly these balloons are popped. Since completing Madam Kogawa’s assignment rewards you with the powerful Glacius spell, many players are looking into how to pop those darn balloons. Without further ado, continue reading to learn how to pop the balloons in Hogwarts Legacy!

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How to Pop Balloons in Hogwarts Legacy: Madam Kogawa’s First Assignment

Fortunately, popping the balloons in Hogwarts Legacy is extremely easy. All you have to do is simply fly into them while utilizing the flying method of your choice.

It’s easier to slow your speed and correct your aim when flying towards these balloons, as it can be very easy to miss them while boosting.

Once you pop five balloons over Hogsmeade Station and five balloons around the Quidditch pitch, you will have completed Madam Kogawa’s first assignment. Simple as that.

How to Get the Glacius Spell in Hogwarts Legacy

Completing Madam Kogawa’s first assignment will reward the player with the Glacius spell, which is more commonly known as the Freezing Spell. This spell grants the player the ability to freeze objects and enemies, will can be extremely useful for many quests throughout the game.

In combat scenarios, the Glacius spell allows you to freeze enemies solid, allowing you to defeat them with ease. This is extremely useful in battles against a singular enemy rather than a group.

Now that you know how to pop balloons in Hogwarts Legacy, it’s time to get out there and complete Madam Kogawa’s quests!

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