Come 18th of December, Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes will be finally released on the PC. Now if you’ve played the console version of the game, you’re probably familiar with the beautiful graphics loaded onto the game, which has some gamers wondering if their PC will be able to handle all that graphics.
Well the good news is that Konami has since published the requirements needed if gamers wish to get their hands on the PC version of the game. According to Konami, the minimum hardware specs required for the PC version of Ground Zeroes would be Windows Vista 64-bit or better. It will also require an Intel Core i5 Sandy Bridge quad-core processor clocked 2.7GHz or higher. Gamers will also need to have a minimum of 4GB of RAM and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 or above.
As for the recommended specs, Windows Vista 64-bit or higher remains the same. The processor also remains the same with an Intel Core i5 Sandy Bridge clocked at 2.7GHz or higher. The main differences would be its RAM which has been bumped to 8GB, and the GPU which would require an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 or higher.
Oddly enough there was no mention of which AMD Radeon GPU gamers would need in order to run the game, but hopefully we’ll hear from Konami soon. In the meantime the publisher has also confirmed that the game would be locked at 60fps and would also feature support for 4K displays.
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