Ubisoft Announces Ghost Recon: Wildlands PC Requirements;To Release RSVP Beta Any Time Soon

The PC requirements for Ubisoft's upcoming video game, "Ghost Recon: Wildlands", has just been released. With this, the required processor of the game is reported to be at least a Core i5-2400S that has a clock speed of 2.5 GHz.

It should also go along with a minimum of 6GB of RAM, as well as a GTX 660 or HD 780 video card. However, Ubisoft says that these are just the minimum requirements of the game.

Made For Everyone

If one has these PC specs, than they will just be able to play Ghost Recon: Wildlands PC in a 720p resolution and low graphic settings. According to Christian Times, this would surely not be the best way to make the most out of the game, considering that the game features a very vibrant and intuitive landscape.

But looking on the bright side, what this means is that it will be able to target a greater pool of gamers, thus a bigger market and bigger profits. Even gamers with low-end PCs can now enjoy and experience the game.

Making The Most Out Of The Game

Ubisoft recommends a Core i7-3770 that has 8 GB of RAM. An FX-8350 is also a good substitute, as long as it has a GTX 970 or R9 290x video card. With the aforementioned specs, Ubisoft says that it will be enough to experience the best graphics and performance of the game.

This also makes supports Ubisoft's claim that "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" will indeed boast a very crisp and vibrant graphics. However, since the game's beta release, it has experienced a number of critiques as there were numerous glitches and bugs all over the gameplay.

According to Ecumenical News, gamers also have the chance to get an "RSVP" for the next Ghost Recon: Wildlands beta version. When players get an RSVP, they will be quickly notified if they can already download the next beta version.

"Ghost Recon: Wildlands" will be out in the market by March 7. This will be released for the Windows PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One formats.

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