Hogwarts Legacy: new improvement patch coming to PC and Xbox
Hogwarts Legacy: new improvement patch coming to PC and Xbox.
Hogwarts Legacy is about to receive a new patch on PC and Xbox that aims to fix bugs and performance issues. Here are all the details on the new update.
Hogwarts Legacy is about to receive an enhancement patch that aims to fix bugs and improve performance. The update will arrive in the next few hours on PC and Xbox while it will be available in the next few days on PS5, due to a postponement on the latter version.
According to community manager Chandler Wood on Twitter, the patch should fix some bugs and improve game performance on PC and Xbox Series X | S. As for PS5, the new incoming patch should also fix the problem related to the “Collector’s Edition” trophy which is blocked and hopefully also the numerous crash problems encountered by users in recent days.
We remind you that Hogwarts Legacy is the new open world RPG from Avalanche Software, set in a nineteenth-century version of the Wizarding World. In our review, we pointed out that Hogwarts Legacy is not a perfect game, but a great product nonetheless.” The work of Avalanche is mammoth in content, but lends itself to a good number of problems that will cancel the rise to Olympus, starting from the total absence of multi-branching, multiple endings and customization of the plot, as well as that of total consequences from the choice of one’s own home. Beyond this aspect, marred by undoubtedly too high expectations, we found ourselves faced with an experience of shorter duration than that announced and promised, but which will manage to keep you glued to the controller to go and find all the secrets that Hogwarts hides. for hours and hours. On the other hand, having recreated such a universe gives justice to Wizarding World, which for years has been waiting for a videogame exegesis of this magnitude, is the greatest strength,
We remind you that Hogwarts Legacy is now available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC. The version for the previous generation of consoles, on the other hand, will undergo a discrete delay compared to expected: in fact, it will be released on April 4, 2023 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and on July 25, 2023 on Nintendo Switch.