Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery players who are caught up with the story will be happy to learn that Chapter 5 for Year 4 has been added to the commercially successful mobile game. Chapter 5 will give Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery players some new content to sift through, and will get them one step closer to exploring the Forbidden Forest.
Year 4 Chapter 5 in Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery mainly focuses on the player character and their friends trying to figure out a way to enter the Forbidden Forest to search for the next Cursed Vault. They decide that the only way to make it to the Forbidden Forest is by flying, so the bulk of the new story content is about players trying to get their hands on a broom. However, that's not the only new content that the game's latest update brings to the table.
Besides the new main story content, there are two new school lessons as well. Players can go to Potions class and learn how to make Shrinking Solution, which will net them five gems as a reward. They can also attend a new Transfiguration class where they will learn how to turn a rat to a water goblet, and earn yet another five gems in the process.
Not only will completing these lessons help players earn free gems, but they will also help them unlock new cosmetic content. That's because Jam City has also brought back the Too Cool for School event, which offers additional rewards for players who participate in classes at Hogwarts. The rewards this time around are a little different, though it's unclear if the rewards are different for everybody, or only for those who completed the first round of the Too Cool for School challenges.
Players who manage to complete Chapter 5 will find themselves stuck yet again, as Jam City has yet to release the rest of the Year 4 content. However, the developer has consistently added new story content on a weekly basis since starting Year 4, so fans shouldn't have to wait too much longer to continue their Hogwarts adventures.
Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery is out now for iOS and Android mobile devices.