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How To Hide HUD In Hogwarts Legacy

Learn how to turn off HUD and adjust its elements in Hogwarts Legacy with the help of this comprehensive guide.
How To Hide HUD In Hogwarts Legacy

The newly launched action adventurous title, Hogwarts Legacy, features stunning graphics that bring the magical world of Hogwarts to life. However, the HUD elements of the game are quite annoying while exploring the immersive world of Hogwarts Legacy.

Thanks to the game developers, Hogwarts Legacy has a wealth of options to tuck away distractions with the ability to conceal HUD elements. With that said, here's a comprehensive guide to hiding HUD in Hogwarts Legacy and fully immersing yourself in the gameplay.

Hiding the HUD in Hogwarts Legacy

How to Remove HUD for Best Screenshots in Hogwarts Legacy
How to Remove HUD for Best Screenshots in Hogwarts Legacy. (Picture: Avalanche Software)

While Hogwarts Legacy does not have a Photo Mode feature, it doesn't mean that you can't get clear screenshots. To adjust your HUD elements, first, open the field guide menu by clicking on the appropriate button. This will bring up a variety of options, including gear, inventory, map, and others.

From there, navigate to the settings tab located on the right side of the 'Challenges' section at the bottom. Once you have selected the settings tab, a side menu will appear on the screen. Scroll down to the 'User Interface Options' section, where you will find a range of options for adjusting the various elements of the HUD. You can turn any of these elements on or off based on your preferences.

All HUD Elements That Can Be Disabled

  1. Tracking Icons
  2. Standard Notifications
  3. Quest Notifications
  4. XP/Level Up Notifications
  5. Spell HUD
  6. Health/Ancient Magic Meter
  7. Minimap
  8. Enemy/Target Info
  9. Special Notifications
  10. Tool Wheel HUD
  11. Enemy Damage Numbers
  12. Mount Controls

Aside from the User Interface and Heads-Up Display Settings, there are also accessibility options available for players to customize their visual experience. This includes increasing text size, adjusting the graphics quality, motion blur, contrast, and more.

So there you have it. That's everything you need to know about turning on HUD in Hogwarts Legacy. Also, take a moment to peruse our spellbinding review of Hogwarts Legacy.