For all of the Crysis fans out there, Crytek released an official statement stating what kind of set up you’ll need to run the game.
PC gamers may have the best systems out there already, but they’ll also know Crysis is the type of game that pushes system boundries to the limit. Today, Crytek released their official system requirements, along with what they recommend players suit up with.
To run Crysis 3 on it’s highest settings, players will need the latest DirectX 11 graphics card. You can choose either the NVidea GTX 680 or the AMD Radeon HD 7970. You will need the latest quad core CPU which consists of either the Intel Core i7 -2600k or the AMD Bulldozer FX4150. This particular system will also ne 8GB of RAM and Windows 7 or 8.
To run Crysis 3 on the basic minimum, players will need the DirectX 11 graphics card and either a NVidia GTS 450 or an AMD Radeon HD 5770, with an Intel Core 2 Duo processor or an AMD Athlon 64 X2. For this basic setup, either Windows 7 or Windows 8 and 2 GB of RAM.
This is where Crytek shines through. They have also come up with the recommended setup for Crysis players. The recommended set up includes a DirectX 11 graphics card, which means you’ll have to use either a NVidia GTX 560 or an AMD Radeon HD 5870. Players will also have to use either an Intel Core i3-530 quad core processor or an AMD Phenom II X2 565. This model supports 4 GB of RAM and Windows 7 or Windows 8.
The newest title in the Crysis series is due out Januray 4, 2013.