Hogwarts Legacy Graphics Modes for PS5 and Xbox Series X Revealed; Voice Actor Teases Types of In-Game Deaths
Hogwarts Legacy is all set to arrive on February 10, 2023, and the developers have just released a list of graphics modes that PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S players can expect when loading up the game. They have announced the graphics modes available for the two consoles through a new blog post on the Portkey Games Support Page.
According to the post, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S will support multiple graphic modes. Both consoles will have Fidelity mode which will target 30fps and Performance Mode, which will be targeting 60fps. On top of that, variable refresh rate will be supported on the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S for players that have compatible monitors and TVs. They have also released PC requirements for Hogwarts Legacy in minimum, recommended, ultra and ultra 4K setups. Check them out below:
Here are your final PC Specs for #HogwartsLegacy. pic.twitter.com/JUoJShlMqG
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Hogwarts Legacy Voice Actors Teases In-Game Death Types
In other news, Emily actress Amelia Gething has just posted on her Instagram that she will be the voice behind one of the two player avatar voice options in the upcoming title. She added that she has been working on the game for the past 3 years and she has stated that it’s going to be “a Good’n!”.
She concluded the caption by asking the players to get a copy of the game if they wish her getting fried by a dragon or falling off a broom to her inevitable death. This has many players excited as knowing the possibility of getting fried by a dragon or falling off a broom, as some of the in-game deaths, opens a new world of possibilities in the game.
Editor’s Note: J.K. Rowling, the writer and creator of the Harry Potter franchise, has been accused of transphobia by the LGBTQ+ community. She is not a direct part of the team behind Hogwarts Legacy, but will be earning through the royalties received from the title. IGN India stands in support of trans rights and acknowledge that the personal choice of people regarding their identities are valid.
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