A Guide to Find All Landing Platforms- Hogwarts Legacy

A Guide to Find All Landing Platforms- Hogwarts Legacy

Much like any other open-world games, Hogwarts Legacy boasts of a number of secrets as well as collectibles. Not all collectibles can be found with ease. Some will require patience as well as rigorous exploring by the players. Landing Platforms in Hogwarts Legacy are such type of collectibles.

There is a total of 20 Landing Platforms in Hogwarts Legacy. These are one of the harder to find collectibles as they aren’t marked on the map. You’ll have to keep an eye out for these platforms while your time at Hogwarts.

Let’s take a look at all the Landing Platforms found throughout the entirety of Hogwarts:

Hogwarts Legacy Landing Platforms – North

A Guide to Find All Landing Platforms- Hogwarts Legacy
North Landing Platforms Location – Hogwarts Legacy

1. North Ford Bog: From the Pitt-Upon-Ford Floo Flame, fly south and you’ll notice a Landing Platform on your right. The platform will be present on a raised wooden plank structure.

2. North Hogwarts Region I: From the Korrow Ruin Floo Flame, fly north-east and you’ll come by the Landing Platform it on a small outcropping on a cliff.

3. North Hogwarts Region II: From the East North Hogwarts Region Floo Flame, fly out of the forest towards Hogwarts. You’ll be able to notice the Landing Platform on a little cliff between an old house and a bandit camp.

4. Hogsmeade Valley I: From the East North Ford Bog Floo Flame, fly towards east and you’ll notice the Landing Platform on top of a cliff near a bandit camp present on the cliff right above it.

5. Hogsmeade Valley II: From the East Hogsmeade Valley Floo Flame, fly south towards the Merlin Trial and you’ll find the Landing Platform to the right, on the cliff.

6. South Hogwarts: From the Aranshire Floo Flame, fly south-east  and you’ll see the Landing Platform on a cliff located the opposite side of the moving dragon topiary.

Hogwarts Legacy Landing Platforms – Central

A Guide to Find All Landing Platforms- Hogwarts Legacy
Central Landing Platforms Location – Hogwarts Legacy

7. Hogwarts Valley I: From the West Hogwarts Valley Floo Flame, fly north toward Hogwarts and you’ll find the Landing Platform on your left side.

8. Hogwarts Valley II: From the West Hogwarts Valley Floo Flame, start flying south from the Hogwarts castle and head to the ruins near the Diricawl Den. The Landing Platform will be present across the tower.

9. Feldcroft Region I: From the North Feldcroft Floo Flame, fly directly east of the Floo Flame over some ruins and you’ll come across the Landing Platform on top of a cliff to the southwest of a bandit camp.

10. Feldcroft Region II: From the Feldcroft Floo Flame, fly towards east until you come upon some two-story ruins located against the cliff. The Landing Platform will be present on the second floor of those ruins.

11. Feldcroft Region III: Travel to the South Feldcroft Floo Flame and you’ll come across the Landing Platform which will be located just next to the house, on top of a large boulder.

12. Feldcroft Region IV: From the Irondale Floo Flame, fly slightly towards the south-east of the Floo Flame and you’ll notice the Landing Platform on a cliff next to some ruins.

13. South Sea Bog: Go to The Mine’s Eye Floo Flame and fly south just over the cliff. The Landing Platform will be located near the train tracks.

Hogwarts Legacy Landing Platforms – South

A Guide to Find All Landing Platforms- Hogwarts Legacy
South Landing Platforms Location – Hogwarts Legacy

14. Manor Cape I: From the West Manor Cape Floo Flame, fly up until you can see the Manor Cape ruins. Fly over the grounds and when you come across the gazebo on the cliff edge, fly downwards towards the north and you’ll find the Landing Platform.

15. Manor Cape II: From the West Manor Cape Floo Flame, fly south along the coast towards the rocks where you’ll notice the Landing Platform on the rock column which is closest to the mainland.

16. Marunweem Lake I: From the Coastal Mine Floo Flame, fly to the south and go to the flags on the cliff located to the east. You’ll find the Landing Platform there.

17. Marunweem Lake II: Travel to the Marunweem Bridge Floo Flame and fly to the southside of the Marunweem Bridge Ruins to locate the Landing Platform.

18. Marunweem Lake III: From the Marunweem Ruins Floo Flame, fly west over the water to the narrow strip of land leading to a large rock column surrounded by water. You’ll be able to find the Landing Platform on top of it.

19. Cragcroftshire: From the Cragcroft Floo Flame, fly south-west towards the Clagmar Coast. The Landing Platform will be located on a large rock rising out of the water.

20. Clagmar Coast: From the Clagmar Castle Floo Flame, fly south-east overlooking the rocky cliffs until you come across a coastline drop-off. On the grassy cliff looking towards the water is where this Landing Platform will be present.

Landing Platform Rewards

A Guide to Find All Landing Platforms- Hogwarts Legacy
Landing Platform Rewards – Hogwarts Legacy

You don’t need to find all 20 of the Landing Platforms to unlock the rewards. Finding 8 of them will give you all the rewards attached to this quest. The rewards that you obtain from finding 8 Landing Platforms are:

  • Quidditch Captain’s Uniform (Find 2 Landing Platforms)
  • Quidditch Captain’s Helmet (Find 4 Landing Platforms)
  • Quidditch Captain’s Gloves (Find 6 Landing Platforms)
  • Quidditch Captain’s Cape (Find 8 Landing Platforms)

You can redeem these rewards by going to the Main Menu and accessing the Exploration menu under the Challenges tab.

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About Hogwarts Legacy

Hogwarts Legacy is an open-world RPG from Avalanche Studio. The game places the player in the wizarding school of Hogwarts, allowing them to witness the iconic locations as a character other than Harry Potter. 

The game has an expansive map that makes the game very immersive, even for people who are yet to read the books or watched the movie.

The mysterious, gripping storyline, with the vast areas to explored, either on foot or broomstick, makes it even more real life.