Example of System Requirements:
- Minimum represents the hardware you will need to have a satisfactory experience using Low-Medium settings.
- Recommended represents the hardware you will need to have a good experience using High-Ultra settings.
How can I check what hardware is in my computer?
All the information you need can easily be obtained by running the DxDiag Tool on your computer. The most important information can be found on the following tabs.
- Operating System (Known as an OS, most players will be on Windows 10 or 11, if you are using an older operating system you may want to upgrade for security and compatibility reasons)
- Processor (Known as a CPU, a higher model number in the same generation usually indicates a faster CPU. However, different generations or brands cannot be so easily compared)
- Memory (Known as RAM, a higher number will generally be better)
- DirectX Version (A higher number will be backwards compatible with any previous version of DirectX)
- Graphics (Known as a GPU, a higher model number in the same generation usually indicates a faster GPU. However, different generations or brands cannot be so easily compared)
- Display Memory (Known as VRAM, a higher number will generally be better)
Computer hardware can be a confusing topic, as it can be particularly difficult to establish whether one part is better than another. However, if you would like to know whether your computer is suitable for playing one of our titles, please feel free to Submit a Support Ticket.