Skyrim Reveals New System Requirements As It goes Gold

Skyrim fans will soon be leaping for joy as their favorite game' remaster will be released soon. According to the latest update, the printing of the CDs are already in progress. Another good news is that it has gone gold already.

The Skyrim remastered series will be packed with content much better than the original. That means the graphics will be enhanced, dynamic depth of field, and volumetric lighting. Bethesda also added god rays and screen-space reflections. They even added snow and water shaders.

With all the beefed up elements, this means the Skyrim game also needs bigger space for players who want to experience the game at its fullest. Skyrim fans need to understand that it is not the same Skyrim they played a few years back so they have to make room for more HDD space and other PC enhancements before the game hits the market during the last week of October.

For Skyrim minimum requirements, here are the things players need to consider to have a Windows 7/8.1/10 (64-bit Version), Intel i5-750/AMD Phenom II X4-945, 8GB of RAM,12 GB free HDD space, Nvidia GTX 470 1GB /AMD HD 7870 2GB.

However, if you want to experience the best Skyrim Remastered Edition has to offer, you need to upgrade your PC using these recommended settings. You need t have a Windows 7/8.1/10 (64-bit Version), Intel i5-2400/AMD FX-8320, 8GB of RAM, 12 GB free HDD space, Nvidia GTX 780 3GB /AMD R9 290 4GB.

For those who have played the 2011 version of Skyrim, they will notice how big the difference is - the requirement for RAM and free HDD space have doubled. Moreover, a 32-bit computer won't be relevant to the new Skyrim now.

Another good news, those Skyrim PC players who already have their Skyrim Legendary Edition or already installed all its expansion, Bethesda has promised to give them the new edition for free.

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