Hogwarts Legacy PC performance criticized in early reviews

Hogwarts legacy Launched to rave reviews, the PC version reportedly suffers from choppy frame rates, disappearing NPCs, and poorly performing environments. However, these performance issues have not been reported on other platforms such as PS5, PS4 and Xbox.

Stuttering frame rates are common in the PC version of Hogwarts Legacy

Hogwarts Legacy currently has a Metacritic average of 85, with many reviewers praising the game’s deep immersion in Harry Potter lore. However, multiple reviews have found that the PC version suffers from performance issues.

One review found that an entire area was dropping its FPS below 20 FPS, while high-traffic areas were often experiencing 40 FPS (via PCGamesN). Another reviewer experienced unpredictable frame rates throughout the game, frustrating his attempts at combat and puzzle-solving (via NME).

These issues appear to be limited to the PC version, as no similar performance issues have been reported on consoles.

Hogwarts Legacy isn’t the only recent PC game suffering from frame rate issues. The Callisto protocol had similar issues on day one, requiring players to tweak their graphics settings to get consistent frame rates.

Hogwarts Legacy will be playable for Deluxe and Collector’s Edition owners on February 7th at midnight local time. However, Xbox users can use the New Zealand trick to access it now. Standard Edition owners will have to wait until February 10th.

https://www.gamerevolution.com/news/934088-hogwarts-legacy-pc-performance-criticized-reviews Hogwarts Legacy PC performance criticized in early reviews

Emma Bowman

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