Hogwarts Legacy Map Chamber Location

Not sure how to get to the Map Chamber in Hogwarts Legacy? We’ve got you covered! Many of your main story quests will lead you to one of the two central locations of the game – the Map Chamber and the Room of Requirement. However, it seems these “secrets” locations are not so easy to access. In this guide, we pinpoint the exact Hogwarts Legacy Map Chamber location.

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Hogwarts Legacy Map Chamber Location
How to Access the Map Chamber in Hogwarts Legacy

How to Get to the Map Chamber Hogwarts Legacy

So, how to get to the Map Chamber in Hogwarts Legacy? Despite being one of the key locations connected to many quests, it seems particularly hard to find this location. Even if you set up a waypoint and start following it, it will start acting strangely and change directions as you move. That’s because this location is secret and can not be accessed by simply moving towards it.

The Map Chamber is located right below Hogwarts! And once you initially unlock it, the only other way to access it is via the “Secret Rooms” fast travel option. Hence, once you unlock it initially, here’s how to find the Map Chamber location in Hogwarts Legacy:

  • While in-game, open your map screen.
  • Select “Hogwarts”.
  • Select the northernmost Floo Flame fast zone. The one with the sun-like symbol.
  • That’s the “Secret Rooms” fast travel menu.
  • There, you’ll see the Map Chamber and the Room of Requirement.
  • Click on the Map Chamber.
  • Press Square, X, or F to travel to that location.

To the best of our knowledge, this is the only way to access the Map Chamber after you initially unlock it. We don’t know if it’s intentional or not, but it makes sense. After all, it s a secret underground room. That said, now you know the Map Chamber location and how to access it.

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