There isn’t much time left for Hogwarts legacy, one of the most anticipated games, as Feb 10th is almost here. The game will surely bring epic Harry Potter vibes, as seen in the gameplay videos. The game has already been sitting at the top of sales charts for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and Steam platform for over a month.
Not long ago, Warner Bros revealed that the game would support 60FPS on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S, which pleased the fans. For players who want to run Hogwarts Legacy at 4k maximum settings on PC, 16GB RAM won’t be enough, as the recommended RAM to play the game at maximum settings is 32GB.
The official Hogwarts Legacy Twitter account has updated the tweets as now the recommended RAM to play the game at Ulrta 4k Specs is 32GB. With max settings, the 32GB RAM will use up to 18GB RAM on average. In review, we have also noticed that to play at 4k max settings; you’ll need at least 13GB of VRAM with Ray Tracing enabled at ultra settings.
The reviews of Hogwarts Legacy are out, and the game has pleased the critics as it got a solid score of 85/100 on Metacritic. The game has created so much hype over the past few months, and fans have patiently awaited the official release, which is not far away.
Also, it was leaked that the game will take up to 70 hours to complete fully. Thirty-five hours will be required to complete the story, and the rest 35 hours will be for the optional content.
The game is almost here, and as it has satisfied the critics, it will likely meet fans’ expectations worldwide. We expect great things from the game; hopefully, the experience will be nothing like we have experienced before.
Aside from that, will you play the game at 4k maximum settings? Are you excited about the game? Please share your thoughts with us in the comments section.
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