Many fans of Battlefield will be looking forward to getting Battlefield 4 on the PC and one thing that people want to know and which DICE and EA haven’t announced, are the specifications for the PC. We do have a list from rumours, but it does appear that there is some doubt about whether this will be the real deal or not.
Battlefield 4 is set to come out on 29th October and it will be an epic game by all accounts. We have heard about the minimum specs needed for the PC, this came from a list online from Ubisoft direct store.
Their listing says that you will need: 2GB RAM is required at the very least, while you may need to be in possession of a 2Ghz Dual Core processor, along with a DirectX 10.1 graphics card with 512 MB RAM at the minimum. Of course you do need to consider the fact that this hasn’t been confirmed at the moment.
If the specs are the real deal then the recommended would be a Quad-core CPU setup with 4GB of RAM and a DirectX 11 card with 1024 MB RAM – both the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 or ATI Radeon 6950 have been name dropped specifically. So the question now is do you have what it takes to play Battlefield 4 or will you have to consider an upgrade?
The key to being a good player on the PC is getting the right setup and having FPS that is stable. Therefore at the least you may want to update your graphics card. Have you got what is needed or will you have to update if you want to play Battlefield 4?