Hogwarts Legacy is here and the gaming community is in love with the game. However, like any massive open-world game, there are some bugs on release. One of the problems players have been running into is Madam Kogawa not showing up during assignment 2 meaning you cannot continue with the quest.
In this article, we are going to show you how to get Madam Kogawa unstuck so you can continue on with the storyline.
How To Fix Madam Kogawa Not Showing Up
There is currently a bug in the game where Madam Kogawa does not appear where she should for assignment 2 on her quest. Even if you wait through day and night she will not be there.
She is somehow getting stuck talking to a nearby student. Follow the steps below to get her back in her office so you can continue the quest.
- Find Madam Kogawa talking to a student nearby at the fountain. She will always be here day and night
- Once you see her, you have to run up to her while spamming the “initiate dialogue” button for your console. This may take a few tries to get it to register. Ensure you are running as it will not work while walking
- You will then be teleported into her office where you will talk to her through a wall about her backstory (the cutscene is glitched).
- Once you finish talking it will clip you into a wall in her office but she is still missing
- Now, run back to the fountain and double check here and the student have disappeared
- If they have, save and reload the game
- She should now be back in her office where you can complete the assignment and learn the spell
Hopefully, this guide has helped you to get here unstuck and continue on with your Hogwarts Legacy Playthrough.
Other Ways To Get Her Unstuck
Some users have reported flying around and into her at the fountain on their brooms. Eventually, she will get unstuck and head back to her office where you can continue the quest.
We know this glitch is super frustrating, so hopefully, this guide has helped you get back to enjoying your playthrough instead of stirring in a rage for 2 hours trying to fix it.
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