Titanfall 2 PC requirements revealed along side a new trailer

There’s been a lot of talk surrounding Respawn Entertainment’s upcoming sequel, Titanfall 2. The recent beta was just a taste of what’s to come and from what I played, I’m excited to see how the remainder of the game shapes up. Though the beta was only available for PS4 and Xbox One, so I was a bit worried about how the PC version would run and more to the point, what the requirements would be. Well, thanks to a new update over at the Titanfall blog, the PC requirements have been revealed. So now you can see where your PC rates in terms of expected performance. Thankfully, the requirements for just jumping in aren’t too massive at least for 1080p. But if you’re wanted to test the 4K waters, well you better have one beast of a rig.

Enough talk, let’s get to those requirements.

Minimum: 

  • OS – Win 7/8/8.1/10 64bit
  • CPU – Intel Core i3-3600t or equivalent
  • RAM – 8GB
  • HDD Free Space – 45GB
  • GPU – NVIDIA Geforce GTX 660 2GB, AMD Radeon HD 7850 2GB
  • DirectX – 11
  • Internet Connection – 512Kbps or faster

Recommended:

  • OS – Win 7/8/8.1/10 64bit
  • CPU – Intel Core i5-6600 or equivalent
  • RAM – 16GB
  • HDD Free Space – 45GB
  • GPU – NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1060 6GB, AMD Radeon RX 480 8GB
  • DirectX – 11
  • Internet Connection – 512Kbps or faster

Ultra 4K60:

  • OS – Win 7/8/8.1/10 64bit
  • CPU – Intel Core i7-6700k or equivalent
  • RAM – 16GB
  • HDD Free Space – 45GB
  • GPU – NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1080 8GB
  • DirectX – 11
  • Internet Connection – 512Kbps or faster

PC Video Options

  • Anti-Aliasing – None, TSAA, MSAA (2x, 4x, 8x)
  • Ambient Occlusion – Enabled, Disabled
  • Aspect Ratio – 4:3, 16:9, 16:10, 21:9
  • Brightness – Slider
  • Display Mode – Fullscreen, Windowed
  • Dynamic Spot Shadows – Enabled, Disabled
  • Effects Detail – Low, Medium, High
  • FOV – Slider
  • Impact Marks – Disabled, Low, High
  • Model Detail – Low, Medium, High
  • Ragdolls – Low, Medium, High
  • Spot Shadow Detail – Disabled, Low, High, Very High
  • Sun Shadow Detail – Disabled, Low, High, Very High
  • Texture Filtering – Bilinear, Trilinear, Anisotropic (2x, 4x, 8x, 16x)
  • Texture Quality – Low, Medium, High, Very High, Insane
  • V-Sync – V-Sync Disabled, Double-buffered V-sync, Triple buffered V-Sync, NVIDIA Adaptive V-Sync, NVIDIA Adaptive Half-refresh V-Sync, Dynamic V-Sync
  • Uncapped framerate up to 144fps (on a 60hz display with V-Sync Disabled you can run up to 144fps)

Nice to see that Windows 10 is not a requirement, which is something a lot of recent games have been requiring. Also looks that lower spec PCs will be able to run Titanfall 2, and even the recommended specs aren’t that demanding either. Though, as expected, the 4K arena is a different story as it requires at least a GTX 1080, which puts a lot of gamers out of the picture. Even my once mighty GTX 980 Ti isn’t enough if I wanted to try for 4K. 

Then there’s the new trailer, which is at the beginning of this post. Not much to say about it, other than check it out.

Titanfall 2 drops for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on October 28, 2017. 

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