The shiny Pokemon in Hogwarts Legacy aren't exactly beasts

The shiny Pokemon in Hogwarts Legacy aren't exactly beasts ...

Hogwarts Legacy, the upcoming Harry Potter RPG game, contains some wonderful, but difficult to find shiny beasts, including the adorable little Puffskein. So, if you're enjoying Hogwarts Legacy early access, or looking forward to the full release date, you may break up classes and quests by going all Pokemon trainer.

All of the Hogwarts Legacy beasts are already located, but if you go further, you'll discover a shiny variant that you can add to your collection and care for in your own Hogwarts Legacy room of requirement.

The shiny versions of each Hogwarts Legacy beast, from Puffskeins to Graphorns and Fwoopers, are reportedly difficult to find, but they are still there, as long as you keep looking around the nearby village of Hogsmeade.

After you've caught them, they're added to your personal vivarium where you can feed and play with them, a great way to unwind after a long day learning all of those Hogwarts Legacy spells. So, grab your baseball cap and go out into the world of Hogwarts Legacy to discover these hidden shiny creatures.

'JayCrotty', a Twitter user, has shared an image of a shiny Puffskein that glows bright yellow and has a special symbol in its bestiary index. They also show footage of capturing the adorable little creature. They are another reason to go exploring the Hogwarts Legacy map to see if you can catch them all.

Alternately, you might want to familiarize yourself with all of the Hogwarts Legacy characters or familiarize yourself with the whole list of Hogwarts Legacy challenges so you know what you're up against once the game has had its full global release.

JK Rowling, the author of the Harry Potter series, has made a number of transphobic comments on social media in recent years. WB Games claims that "J.K. Rowling is not directly involved in the creation of the game," but it is likely that she will earn royalties from the sale of the game. Both charities are the National Center for Transgender Equality in the United States and Mermaids in the United Kingdom.