Hogwarts Legacy feature

NVIDIA RTX 4090 runs Hogwarts Legacy with over 100fps at 4K DLSS 3 Quality with Max Settings & Full Ray Tracing

Warner Bros has provided us with a review code for Hogwarts Legacy. Thus, and since Warner Bros has not showcased the game’s PC version, we’ve decided to share the ten first minutes from it. We’ve also enabled the game’s Ray Tracing effects, and compared native 4K resolution with DLSS 3 Quality.

In order to capture this gameplay footage, we used an Intel i9 9900K that was overclocked at 5Ghz, 16GB of DDR4 at 3800Mhz, and NVIDIA’s RTX 4090. We also used Windows 10 64-bit, and the GeForce 528.24 driver. Do note that NVIDIA has not released yet a Game Ready driver for this game. In fact, there isn’t even a game profile in the drivers for it yet. As such, we may see a performance boost once NVIDIA releases its new drivers. So, make sure to keep that in mind throughout this article.

Avalanche has used Ray Tracing in order to enhance the game’s Reflections, Shadows and Ambient Occlusion. Unfortunately, though, the game requires you to restart it whenever you enable/disable its RT effects. Thus, we could not provide any comparison scenes in this video.

At native 4K/Max Settings/Ray Tracing, we were getting a minimum of 42fps and an average of 46fps. With DLSS 2 Quality, we were able to hit a minimum of 72fps and an average of 76fps. And with DLSS 3 Quality, we were getting over 100fps at all times.

Later today, we’ll share another article for Hogwarts Legacy. In that article, we’ll inform you about almost everything you need to know about the PC version.

Enjoy and stay tuned for more!

Hogwarts Legacy - Native 4K vs DLSS 2 vs DLSS 3 - Max Settings - Full Ray Tracing - NVIDIA RTX 4090