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Halo Wars 2 lists Nvidia's GTX 1080Ti in the game's 4K PC system requirements

Halo Wars 2 lists Nvidia's GTX 1080Ti in the game's 4K PC system requirements

Halo Wars 2 lists Nvidia's GTX 1080Ti in the game's 4K PC system requirements

Halo Wars 2 lists Nvidia's GTX 1080Ti in the game's 4K PC system requirements

 
The boxed edition of Halo Wars 2 PC has lists Nvidia's GTX 1080Ti in the game's Ultra PC system requirements before Nvidia officially launches the GPU. 
 
These new system requirements state that the game requires 8GB of VRAM for Ultra (4K?) gameplay, despite the fact that the game lists the 4GB R9 Fury X as their recommended AMD GPU. For Ultra the game also requires 16GB of VRAM and a more powerful CPU than is required for 1080p 60FPS gameplay. 
 
Right now Nvidia's GTX 1080Ti GPU is expected to launch at Nvidia's GTX Gaming Celebration Event on February 28th. 

  

Halo Wars 2 lists Nvidia's GTX 1080Ti in the game's 4K PC system requirements  

Below are Halo Wars 2's full PC system requirements, requiring users to use Windows 10 64-bit and a DirectX 12 compliant GPU. 

  

Minimum

 
OSWindows 10
Architecturex64
KeyboardIntegrated Keyboard
MouseIntegrated Mouse
DirectXDirectX 12 API, Hardware Feature Level 12
Memory6 GB
Video Memory2 GB
ProcessorIntel i5-2500, AMD FX-4350
GraphicsnVidia GeForce GTX 660 ,AMD Radeon HD 7750, Intel HD 520

 

Recommended

 (1080p 60FPS)
OSWindows 10
Architecturex64
KeyboardIntegrated Keyboard
MouseIntegrated Mouse
DirectXDirectX 12 API, Hardware Feature Level 12
Memory8 GB
Video Memory4 GB
ProcessorIntel Core i5-4690K, AMD FX-8350
GraphicsnVidia GTX 1060, AMD RX 480

 

Recommended

 
OSWindows 10
Architecturex64
KeyboardIntegrated Keyboard
MouseIntegrated Mouse
DirectXDirectX 12 API, Hardware Feature Level 12
Memory16 GB
Video Memory8 GB
ProcessorIntel Core i5-6700K, AMD FX-9590
GraphicsnVidia GTX 1080Ti , AMD R9 Fury X

 

Halo Wars 2 is already available to play for those that paid for the premium (£64.99) Ultimate Edition of the game, with the full game releasing on February 21st with a lower price tag of £49.99. 

 

You can join the discussion on Halo Wars 2 listing Nvidia's GTX 1080Ti in their game's PC system requirements on the OC3D Forums.  

 

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20-02-2017, 03:24:22

Dicehunter
People who bought the Ultimate edition are able to play right now and are already reporting being able to max it out at 4K and get over 60FPS on a single 1070, I'm calling BS on the 4K GPU requirements.Quote

20-02-2017, 03:25:52

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
People who bought the Ultimate edition are able to play right now and are already reporting being able to max it out at 4K and get over 60FPS on a single 1070, I'm calling BS on the 4K GPU requirements.
Thats some serious optimization work there.Quote

20-02-2017, 03:29:53

Dicehunter
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Thats some serious optimization work there.
The game isn't exactly a graphical behemoth, I've watched a few videos of it and it looks like a slightly more detailed version of Starcraft, Graphically any way.

Even a comparison here between min and max settings with an FPS counter appearing now and then -




System used in the video -

Intel Core i7 6700K 4.00 GHz
16 GB DDR4 RAM
GTX 1080
MSI Z170A
Windows 10 Pro 64bitQuote
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