The Hogwarts Legacy Update Seems to Have Enhanced Female Character Faces
Avalanche has solved an animation bug that has been plaguing Hogwarts Legacy users since the game’s release, and female character faces are now correctly visible outside of cutscenes in regular gameplay. Despite the Hogwarts Legacy character generator isn’t very complex at first sight, it’s surprisingly substantial and enables fans to design their own Witch or Wizard to go on an immersive journey based in the Wizarding World. Avalanche’s open-world game allows players to tailor their experience in a variety of ways, including picking their broom, acquiring their wand at Ollivanders, and even being sorted into a Hogwarts house.
There was, however, a visual problem that irritated the game’s community for the previous month or so. While the protagonist was not performing a spell like Lumos, a unique issue with the female character model in Hogwarts Legacy caused her face to morph in an unusual way. To put it frankly, the face as shown in regular gameplay did not match the face chosen by players during character creation or the face seen in cutscenes, and for many fans, this was an immersion-breaking experience.