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Microsoft releases more detailed Halo 5: Forge PC system requirements

Microsoft releases more detailed Halo 5: Forge PC system requirements

Halo Forge PC System Requirements.

Microsoft releases more detailed Halo 5: Forge PC system requirements

 

Microsoft has released more detailed PC system requirements for Halo 5: Forge, detailing both the resolution and framerate for each set of specifications and includes the system requirements for the game when using AMD hardware. 

Halo 5 Forge will be coming to PC on September 8th, allowing PC gamers to design maps and play custom matches with up to 16 friends. 

The release of Halo 5: Forge on PC will come with the highly anticipated Anvil's Legacy free content update, which will add a lot of new content to Halo 5: Forge as well as add several new maps, weapons and features to Forge.  

The PC system requirements for Halo 5: Forge have been released, requiring a quad-core CPU, 8GB of RAM and 40GB of hard drive space. At a minimum, gamers will require a GTX 650Ti or higher and require a GTX 970 for 1080p 60FPS gameplay and a GTX 980Ti for 4K 60FPS gameplay. 

 

Microsoft release more detailed Halo 5: Forge PC system requirements  

At this time we do not know if Microsoft has plans to release Halo 5: Guardians on the PC, but at a minimum, this release means that Halo 5's multiplayer is functional on the platform and that the game's engine has already been brought over to PC. 

  

You can join the discussion on Halo 5: Forge's PC system requirements on the OC3D Forums

 

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02-09-2016, 11:26:16

lebel22
So no windows below 10. I5 6600k not up to the task running ultra settings?
Also seems 16gb ram needs to replace " you only really need 8gb for gaming".Quote

02-09-2016, 11:34:09

Daiyus
Good job I got a Xeon E3-1231 v3 and 16GB of RAM when I built my HTPC. I'll be laughing once I've got a new GPU and monitor.Quote

02-09-2016, 13:49:26

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by lebel22 View Post
So no windows below 10. I5 6600k not up to the task running ultra settings?
Also seems 16gb ram needs to replace " you only really need 8gb for gaming".
It probably takes advantage of HT. So I7 is what they recommend. 16GB has been the new norm for a while now for AAA gamesQuote

02-09-2016, 14:33:19

lebel22
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
It probably takes advantage of HT. So I7 is what they recommend. 16GB has been the new norm for a while now for AAA games
Didn't realise this till lately. When choosing my build a few months ago there was a lot of loose advice on just get a skylake i5 and 8gb ram if you only intend to game. Glad I went a step further.
Always thought HT was more hindering than beneficial as a prerequisite in gaming?

When you get new reviews giving out this kind of advice, it won't help much either
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cu_VmV8NM_MQuote

02-09-2016, 19:24:03

NeverBackDown
I5 is more than adequate. The i7's are worth there money, however in games, the price increase over an I5 devalues it's worth. This is why I5's have been so commonly recommended. But as games are getting more core friendly(thanks to Vulkan/DX12) HT will become more used(and useful) to game performance. Sure it won't blow you away but it will at least not devalue it as much over an I5.

HT is not a prerequisite, but like I said, as more games start using it more often, they list the I7 as a recommended CPU because it will take full advantage of the HT feature they implemented. But it's just a recommended spec, not a minimum.Quote
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