How to Use Potions Simultaneously Hogwarts Legacy

If you don’t know how to use Potions in Hogwarts Legacy simultaneously, you are not going to be able to complete one of the objectives in the game. On top of that, having two potions working at once can give you more than one bonus at a time. You can see how that’d be advantageous. So, let’s find out how it works.

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how to use potions hogwarts legacy simultaneously
How to Use Potions Hogwarts Legacy Simultaneously

How to Use Potions Simultaneously in Hogwarts Legacy

To use potions in Hogwarts Legacy, you first need to press and hold the button that brings up the tool wheel. On PlayStation, you need to press and hold L1. On Xbox, it’s pressing and holding LB. I’m not sure what the controls are on the other platforms; feel free to let me know in the comments below. Anyways, holding the button will bring up the tool wheel. All you need to do is highlight the item that you want to use. So, move the pointer to the potion you want. Once you’ve done that, you can let go of the button. From there, you just need to press L1 or LB or whatever else to drink the potion.

How to Use Maxima and Edurus Potions Simultaneously in Hogwarts Legacy

To use the Maxima and Edurus Potions simultaneously in Hogwarts Legacy, you first need to obtain both of them. The easiest way to do so is to just go to J. Pippin’s Potions. They cost three hundred coins a pop. I mean, you can also make them yourself, but that’s besides the point. Once you have both potions, make sure both of them are in your tool wheel. Then, press and hold the tool wheel button, select Maxima, let go, then press the same button again to drink it. Then quickly repeat the process for Edurus. This should complete the objective, as far as we know. If there’s any other option, let us know in the comments below.

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