The Wildlands successor arrives next month, and will definitely require expensive hardware if you want to see it in the maximum settings
Ubisoft has made the online action game world open to its main hallmark in recent years, and it seems that despite quite a few complaints coming from around the web about its choices and methods to accrue additional revenue through its creations, the results are definitely positive for its bottom line - which explains why the title Ghost Recon Wildlands is only going to get a storyline two years after its launch.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Breakpoint will land players in the shoes of deadly, elusive elite agents in a challenging new game in the near future, with a plot that includes a lot of details that call Wildlands - and try to fix its predecessor's key issues, hoping to create a devout and loyal cast of players like the one created around Other hits of the company, such as For Honor and Rainbow Six: Siege.
Breakpoint is scheduled to arrive officially in about a month in early October, but the closed beta testing phase of the game (for those who made it early) will begin this week already, bringing the creators to the official systemic requirements - which look remarkably detailed to our delight.
Minimum threshold required to run the game, at 1080p resolution and with low graphics settings, including 7, 8.1 or 10 windows, 8GB RAM, Ryzen 3 1200 square processor AMD Or Intel Core i5-4460 sample and sample video card Radeon R9 280X or sample Geforce GTX 960 with 4GB's GDDR5. Definitely more than we have become accustomed to meeting as the base of the base for a gaming experience that is considered worthy of other modern games.
Running the game in high graphics settings at 1080p will already require a more modern and powerful graphics card of the type Radeon RX 480 at Red Camp or GeForce GTX 1060 in the Green Camp - while running the game at maximum graphical settings at 1080p resolution (and at a steady refresh rate of 60 frames per second, we assume) will require you to supply a Ryzen 7 1700 Cores and video card of type Radeon RX 5700 XT or GeForce GTX 1080. You will also need the system Windows 10 only and dynamic memory of 16GB and above to get the best visual quality that Breakpoint has to offer.
Breakpoint shares quite a few elements with Wildlands, but nonetheless it seems that it will require significantly more powerful hardware to look and act on the best side. Maybe it's just an exacerbation from Ubisoft? We will know very soon
Running the game at 4K resolution and in top graphics settings will already be a real project, requiring up-to-date Ryzen 7 2700X processor or Core i7-7700K processor and especially a very expensive video card of the type Radeon Vega VII or Geforce RTX 2080. We believe this game can look very good even in medium or high settings, but if you belong to the school of players who simply have to see all the metrics are in 'Ultra' mode to enjoy - you better make the cash.
Developers are very proud of the adjustments made in the fresh game for PCs - and even bothered to illustrate this in a dedicated short video
Ghost Recon Breakpoint will arrive on 4 in October for PCs (via the Ubisoft uPlay platform as well as on sale through the Epic Store, unavailable through Steam) and the consolesXbox One And the Microsoft and Sony PlayStation 4 respectively. It will also be available as one of the launches of the online Stadia service from home Google In November.
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