One of the most frustrating things about Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is running out of energy in the middle of a lesson or story quest. Energy governs almost every major action players can take in the game, and it’s how players are able to progress. However, leveling up in the middle of a lesson will reward players with a full energy meter, and some may be wondering how many times they will be able to enjoy this benefit over the course of the game.
As it turns out, the level cap in Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is currently 25. This means that players can look forward to full energy refills quite a few times as they work their way through the Hogwarts school year. In fact, it may take some players quite awhile to hit the level cap, especially if they ignore the game’s side content.
Progressing through the school year is really a matter of pushing forward with the main story, but there are side experiences players can indulge in along the way. For example, players can attend extra classes, complete side quests, or interact with their friends when the option is available. All of these activities should net players experience points that will help them level up faster.
Besides earning XP and leveling up, there are other ways Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery players can improve their characters. There are three main attributes that can be upgraded over the course of the game: Courage, Empathy, and Knowledge. Points for these attributes are often given as rewards for completing school lessons, so that is a great way to level them up. Players can also earn points in each category by selecting corresponding dialogue choices and completing quests.
Leveling the Courage, Empathy, and Knowledge attributes is key to success in Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery. Players will encounter some dialogue choices that are locked behind a certain attribute level, and having access to those dialogue choices can lead to greater rewards – including bonus house points.
Ultimately, leveling in Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery basically boils down to playing through the various content that the game has to offer. If players don’t spend any money on microtransactions to speed the game up, it’s likely that they won’t have to worry about hitting the level cap for quite some time.
Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is available now for iOS and Android mobile devices.