One of the first things we’re given on our adventure in Hogwarts Legacy is a set of Wiggenweld Potions to help us after our fall from the sky. These potions are the Hogwarts version of healing potions that players will need throughout the game if they plan on staying alive.
While we may get the potions as soon as the game begins, it’s easy to run out and it’s almost as easy to forget how to use them with so many mechanics being introduced. In our Hogwarts Legacy guide, we’ll cover how to use the Wiggenweld Potions whenever you need them.
Hogwarts Legacy – How to Use Wiggenweld Potions
Unlike all of the other potions in the game, the Wiggenweld Potions have their own designated slot due to their importance. Anytime you pick up one of the healing potions, you can simply tap down on the d-pad with a controller to drink it. However, you’ll need to be missing some health for the potion to take any effect or even activate.
Another requirement is that you have some of the Wiggenweld Potions in your Hogwarts Legacy inventory. As soon as you pick any up, it will automatically go into the health potion slot for later use in combat. Whether you purchase, craft, or find the potions, they will automatically go into their own inventory space.
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We recommend making as many of these potions as you can in Hogwarts Legacy so you’re always prepared and you save some money. The ingredients required for the Wiggenweld Potion are Dittany Leaves and Horklump Juice. It only takes 15 seconds to brew, so don’t worry about the time and get to brewing.
And that’s all! If you’re interested in learning more about the game, check out How to Get Large Pots in Hogwarts Legacy and How to Change your Voice in Hogwarts Legacy.