Hey, my name is Nancy and, in this video, I’m going to be talking about the newest Harry Potter game that’s coming out called Hogwarts Legacy.  If you’re like me, you’re probably wondering if your computer can actually run the game or not, so in this video I’m going to break down all the system requirements and let you know whether or not your computer can handle it.

Recommend Specifications

It’s highly recommended that you should be running a 64-bit version of Windows 10 if magic is what you seek. Unfortunately for my Apple devotees and Linux lovers out there, we may have to continue waiting before casting any spells. But fret not Muggles – I’ve got high hopes something will come our way soon!


It’s time to go from novice wizardry student to Hogwarts master by making sure your CPU processor is up for the challenge!  With a minimum Intel Core I5-6000 or AMD Ryzen 5 1400, casting spells won’t be an issue – through wizard aiming at top of their class should strive higher with either an Intel I7-4700 or AMD Ryzen 5 3800.  Now you’ll have no problem conjuring magic in Hogwarts Legacy!

Graphics Card

If your goal is to attend Hogwarts and experience the wizarding world, you’ll need more than a wand – bring out your inner magical processor! To ensure smooth play for this new game, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 with 4GBs Ram or AMD Radeon RX 470 also with 4GBS Ram are must-haves in order to get admission into Hogwart’s Legacy; if you have an itchy magic finger though try aiming higher with either an NVIDIA GE Force 1080TI or AMD Radeon RX 470 revving up all the way via its speedy turbo mode of 4ghz

System Memory

Don’t even think of starting your quest without at least 16GBs of RAM; that’ll be like fighting a dragon with a feather duster!  Don’t make the mistake of forgetting this all-important detail.

Disk Space

If you want to play the game you need a minimum of 85BG of hard drive space. Also, it is recommended to use an SSD for a truly lightning-fast experience.


Well there you have it!  Those are the Hogwarts Legacy system requirements.  I hop this video was helpful.  If it was, be sure to give it a thumbs up and subscribe for more videos like this one.  As always thanks for watching!

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