There are many things that let us know that a game is on the right track for release. A launch trailer like Dead Space Remake. An official announcement. And in many cases, whenever PC requirements release. This is what we have today for those expecting Hogwarts Legacy. The developers have finally released the official PC system requirements for Hogwarts Legacy. As expected, the game requires a good computer to run even with minimum specifications. While it isn’t as crazy as Returnal’s system requirements, they are still hefty. So, it is a good time to check if your rig can run it and if not, start looking to upgrade before the game releases.
Hogwarts Legacy’s final PC system requirements are hefty for both minimum and recommended
Those looking to play the game in the lowest possible specs might be able to, but there’s a big catch. Minimum specs are for those who want to run the game at 30fps and 720p quality. Which, for many, isn’t ideal. On the other hand, those who want to play on Ultra 4K will need a NASA-like computer to run the upcoming title. Hogwarts Legacy PC system requirements suggest an RTX 3090 Ti for those aiming to hit the 4K mark.
Here are your final PC Specs for #HogwartsLegacy. pic.twitter.com/JUoJShlMqG
— Hogwarts Legacy (@HogwartsLegacy) January 12, 2023
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As you can see in the above images, this game will push computers to run it. While it isn’t too surprising, it is still a lot but the game has shown some great visuals so, it checks out. One good thing for those that don’t have a powerful PC is that the game will also launch for PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and Steam Deck on the same day. However, if you don’t have any of these consoles, you might have to wait until April when it launches for PS4 and Xbox One. Still, it is nice to see that the game is right on schedule to release and that the wait is almost over.