Fans of Battlefield 1, rejoice! Battlefield 5’s minimum PC specifications are precisely identical to those of its predecessor, Battlefield 1.
While this may be cause for concern from some gamers, who expect Battlefield games to push the expectations of a first-person-shooter’s graphical capabilities, it is easy to explain: both games are run on the Frostbite engine. What this says is, we should expect Battlefield 5 to feature a graphical aesthetic similar or to what we experienced in Battlefield 1.
We will only be able to know for certain in a couple of weeks when developers EA release gameplay at this years E3. Until then, check out the minimum Gaming PC specs below:
OS: 64-bit Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10
Processor (AMD): AMD FX-6350
Processor (Intel): Core i5 6600K
Memory: 8GB RAM
Graphics card (AMD): AMD Radeon™ HD 7850 2GB
Graphics card (NVIDIA): NVIDIA GeForce® GTX 660 2GB
DirectX: 11.0 Compatible video card or equivalent
Online Connection Requirements: 512 KBPS or faster Internet connection
Hard-drive space: 50GB
Plenty of our Gaming PCs match the specification above, having a quick browse through our range and the Novatech Core 114 would be the baseline to match them here.
Novatech Core 114 Gaming PC Specification
8th Generation Intel Core i5 8400 Processor
NVIDIA GTX 1060 Graphics
8GB DDR4 2133MHz Memory
240GB M.2 SSD + 1TB 6GB/S SATA HDD
BitFenix Nova Mid Tower case, Black
Novatech 500Watt Non Modular PSU
Gigabyte H310M S2H H310 Motherboard
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