Hogwarts Legacy Tell Natty Truth or Not Choice

In our Hogwarts Legacy Tell Natty Truth or Not Choice guide, we are going to talk about whether these choices matter, and if they do, what are the potential consequences. After all, Natty is one of the first NPCs you get to know more closely. Should you trust her with the truth or not? Let’s find out.

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hogwarts legacy tell natty truth or not choice
Hogwarts Legacy Tell Natty Truth or Not Choice

Tell Natty the Truth or Lie in Hogwarts Legacy

As far as we can tell, there is no difference whether you tell Natty the truth or lie in Hogwarts Legacy, especially in the Girl from Uagadou quest. Near the beginning of the game, Natty will ask you why the bad guys are so hellbent on getting you. At this juncture, you can either refuse to tell her or come clean. The only real difference, gameplay-wise, is that you’ll get a few different lines of dialogue from your friend. So, it’s entirely up to you and how you want to play your character. Do you trust Natty enough to tell her the truth? It doesn’t matter either way, because this is just not that type of game.

So, yeah, when it comes to the choice of whether you tell the truth to Natty in Hogwarts Legacy or decide to lie, just go with your gut. And whatever you think your character would do, of course. As far as we know, there will be no long-standing consequences one way or the other. If that is not the case, we’ll be sure to update the guide accordingly. That said, Hogwarts Legacy doesn’t seem to want to block you from accessing any content due to your choices. This isn’t Elden Ring we’re talking about; it’s a game that wants to appeal to everyone equally. That might bum some of you out, but it’s how the cookie crumbles.

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