Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs is expected to release on current- and next-generation consoles this November, but if you’re a PC gamer, you can also expect the game to hit your gaming platform of choice on November 19. That gives you a little over one month to prepare for the game to be available to play on your computer, and with Ubisoft releasing Watch Dogs’ PC specifications, we think a month should be enough time to get all of your hardware upgrades in order.
Watch Dogs minimum specs will require a DirectX 11 GPU of at least 1GB of VRAM in addition to a quad-core CPU and at least 4GB of RAM. If you prefer to aim for Watch Dogs’ recommended specifications, you should have a PC that contains a DirectX 11 GPU with at least 2GB of VRAM, an eight-core processor and 8GB of RAM. Watch Dogs’ Ultra specifications suggest the same specifications as its recommended specs, although Ubisoft suggests anything over an eight-core CPU or 8GB of RAM would be required.
If you happen to be running a PC that doesn’t support a 64-bit operating system, then you’re out of luck to playing Watch Dogs as it turns out the game will only support 64-bit operating systems. If you’re a PC gamer who hasn’t upgraded to a 64-bit operating system, then we think it’s about time you take the plunge.
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