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Far Cry 6 Will Not Melt Your PC


Far Cry 6 is almost a month away with it’s worldwide release coming up on October 7th. Fortunately, you will not need a very powerful rig to get a decent experience of the game. The official system requirements have been released and they are such that almost all low-mid ranger rigs out there will get a decent run of the game.

The minimum requirements to run the game at a resolution of 1920 x 1080 at 30 FPS without ray tracing enabled are not too much. Your PC must be rocking either an AMD 3 1200 or Intel i5  – 4460 processor with Nvidia GTX 960 graphics card. The above rig will give you just about average performance with the game, but hey! At Least it will be playable and not a slideshow.

The requirements for the game were officially announced today by Ubisoft via Twitter.

 

 

However if you want to play it at higher resolutions like at 1440p with 60FPS, you will need more current gen hardware. Your rig must be rocking an AMD Ryzen 5 3600X or Intel i7-9700 processor with AMD RX 5700XT or an Nvidia 2070 Super with 16 GB RAM. This still does not contain ray tracing.

If you want to go all out and play the game at Ultra settings you will need AT LEAST an AMD RX 6800 or an Nvidia RTX 3080 card in your system. Only then you will be able to take full advantage of what the game has to offer, at least graphically.

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