Hogwarts Legacy Eyeball Chests

Hogwarts Legacy eyeball chests (known in-game as Disillusionment Chests) are special chests you will encounter that are hard to open. These chests, as the name suggest, feature large eyeballs on top of them. If you get close to them and try and open them, nothing happens. To learn how to open the Hogwarts Legacy eyeball chests see our guide below.

How to Open the Hogwarts Legacy Chests with Eyes

Hogwarts Legacy eye ball chests.
Eye chest.

When you encounter a Disillusionment Chest in the game your first reaction is to try and open it. This reaction is wrong because you can’t open it unless you use two specific methods that make you invisible to the eye. Keep in mind for both methods you want the chest’s eye to be closed when you approach it.

The first method is the easiest and most efficient. This method requires unlocking the Disillusionment spell which you get during the main story mission called Secrets of the Restricted Section. Once you have this spell simply cast it on yourself. Since you are invisible you can approach the chest and open it.

The second method is along the same lines as the first, but instead of a spell you use a potion. In this case you want to use an Invisibility Potion. The recipe for this potion can be purchased from J. Pippin’s Potions in Hogsmeade (and he sells the recipe as well). Once you have a potion simply use it then approach the chest and open it.

Rewards from Disillusionment Chests

Hogwarts Legacy Eye Ball chests rewards.
You can make good money off these chests.

You may be wondering if opening these chests is worth the trouble. The answer to that question is yes, yes they are. Each Disillusionment Chest you open contains 500x Galleons inside of it. This makes them a very good source for cash in-game, especially early game when you need money to buy something like the Broom.

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