Exploring Hogwarts Legacy, you'll stumble upon a music treasure map with a location of a puzzle with a bunch of bells. Here's how to solve it.
Hogwarts Legacy is packed with puzzles and treasures to be found, as you've probably found out by now if you're playing this Harry Potter RPG from Warner Bros. Games . One of the puzzles that can be difficult to solve can be found in an old castle in the Highlands region, close to the end of the playable map, just near the shore.
In this puzzle, players are presented with a set of bells, that need to be hit with a basic spell in the correct order, to play the tune that will eventually reveal a chest with a special reward.
If you're struggling with this one, here's how to solve the puzzle and get a reward.
How to solve the music treasure puzzle in Hogwarts Legacy?
You'll notice a total of nine bells and a music sheet with bars and notes just under the bells. The key is to hit the bells with a basic spell in the correct order to solve this one. Notice how every bell represents a note on the staff.
We basically arranged the bells on the staff first, to make it easier to follow and then hit the bells. But since that can be a bit too complicated if you're not into music writing, here's an easy solution for this music puzzle in Hogwarts Legacy.
Notice that you need to hit some bells two times but that shouldn't pose a problem as long as you do it in the correct order. Once you hit the bells, the tune will play and a chest will magically appear in front of you with some loot.
So there you have it folks. That's the solution to this music puzzle in Hogwarts Legacy. If you found this guide helpful here's more Hogwarts Legacy content:
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