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Sunday, June 23, 2024

‘Hogwarts Legacy’ Video Game a Huge Hit Despite Activists’ Protests

'If you purchase this game...you are making a choice that will harm the transgender community... '

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) The recently released Harry Potter-themed video game, Hogwarts Legacy, has become a massive hit despite protests and boycotts from J. K. Rowling-haters.

In the first two weeks of its debut, the action role-playing game that was developed by Avalanche Software sold more than 12 million copies, earning more than $850 million in sales, which makes it the biggest global launch in Warner Bros. Games history and one of the fastest-selling video games of all time, according to the Daily Wire.

Before the game was even released, so-called “trans” activists decided to boycott it because they didn’t want to give even a penny to the creator of the Harry Potter universe.

J. K. Rowling recently became a target of leftists all around the world for questioning the trans agenda and accusing activists of ignoring the rights of women, thus proving that leftists will throw anyone under the bus for even slightly not aligning with their ideology.

Even though Avalanche Software started working on the game way before leftists started screeching about Rowling, the developers still tried to distance themselves from the creator of the fictional world.

“J.K. Rowling was not involved in the creation of the game,” the FAQ page on the game’s official site said.

The Daily Wire also reported that the developers bowed to the “trans” mob by including a “trans-identifying character” who says “I was actually a witch, not a wizard” in the game.

Not surprisingly, bending the knee is not enough for the woke radicals.

“Hogwarts Legacy cannot and should not be judged solely on its own merits, because the end result of supporting this game financially and socially isn’t simply a matter of how much you’ll enjoy it, or how nostalgic it might be to experience the world of Harry Potter,” Percy Ranson, a GamesHub reviewer and a self-identified “transgender,” wrote about the game.

“If you purchase this game — if you praise its qualities and encourage others to ‘support the developers’ or ‘treat yourself to a guilty pleasure’ — you are making a choice that will harm the transgender community, whether you want to admit it or not,” he added.

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