Hogwarts Legacy is a demanding game, and here's our guide to help you select the best settings to ensure you're not losing any frames.
Hogwarts Legacy has a lot to offer, from exploring every nook and cranny in Hogwarts to venturing out on a broomstick to combating Trolls and all kinds across the Scottish Highlands.
The Avalanche Software developers clearly worked extremely hard on the game, as every detail emanates from every section. That said, the effort in detail can be quite cumbersome for your system.
We have the best options for Hogwarts Legacy on PC to boost your frames-per-second (FPS) and prevent a jittery experience.
For high FPS, the best Hogwarts Legacy PC settings
The performance of Hogwart Legacy on your system is largely dependent on the specs you are using. Hogwarts Legacy has specific spec requirements, so you'll first want to ensure your PC is capable of playing the game.
Here are our graphics and video recommendations for those who are able to run Hogwarts Legacy but would like to customize the settings for high FPS:
- Window Mode: Windowed Fullscreen
- Upscale Type: NVIDIA DLSS
- Upscale Mode: NVIDIA DLSS Quality
- Upscale Sharpness: 0
- NVIDIA Reflex Low Latency: On
- VSync: On
- Frame Rate: Uncapped
- Field of View: 0.0
- Motion Blur: Off
- Depth of Field: Off
- Chromatic Aberration: off
- Film Grain: Off
Use of VSync and Uncapped frame rate means that the game will run at your monitor's refresh rate, while you may want to keep your frames at a acceptable level that your PC is capable of consistently delivering.
- Global Quality Preset: Low
- Effects Quality: Low / Medium
- Material Quality: Low / Medium
- Fog Quality: Low
- Sky Quality: Low
- Foliage Quality: Medium
- Post Process Quality: Medium
- Shadow Quality: Low
- Texture Quality: Medium
- View Distance Quality: Medium
- Population Quality: Low / Medium
- Ray Tracing Reflections: Off
- Ray Tracing Shadows: Off
- Ray Tracing Ambient Occlusion: Off
You may modify some of the above options and flick between the medium and low options until you feel the game is running more smoothly.
If you want to maintain quality, you can even raise some of these, but if your frame rate falls, you may want to limit it.
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