With Battlefield V launching this coming October, safe to say that given how popular the franchise is that many gamers are no doubt looking forward to its release. The game is set for a release on the Xbox One and PS4 which means that console gamers don’t need to worry about system requirements.


However if you are looking to play it on the PC, a listing of the game on EA’s Origin Store has revealed what kind of hardware you will need in order to run the game. Note that these are the minimum requirements which means that if you have something better then this shouldn’t be an issue.

So what are we looking at? In terms of operating system, right of the gate there will not be support for Mac and it will only be for Windows 7 and above. It will also require the use of an Intel Core i5 6600K processor, or if you’re more of an AMD gamer, then an AMD FX-6350 or higher is needed.

Gamers will also need to have at least 8GB of RAM, an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 with 2GB of VRAM or better, or an AMD Radeon HD 7850 with 2GB of VRAM or better, and at least 50GB of storage.

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