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Titanfall minimum PC requirements revealed

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If you’ve been feverishly awaiting the release of the minimum system requirements for Respawn and EA’s Titanfall, then the time is now to see how your trusty gaming rig measures up to the wants of this latest online shooter. Vince Zampella, co-founder and one of the bossmen at Respawn Entertainment, recently provided hopefuls with the final system requirements via Twitter. Here they are; don’t forget that these are the minimum:

64-bit Windows 7, 8, 8.1
AMD Athlon X2 2.8GHz or Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz
4GB RAM
512MB VRAM, Radeon HD 4770 or GeForce 8800GT

So that rules me out than. Thanks for nothing, stupid 32-bit Windows 7. I’d rather take a titan bullet to the face than “upgrade” to Windows 8. Also, don’t forget that EA’s wonderful Origin is a minimum requirement as well.

Source: Twitter

  • FanieNel

    “I’d rather take a titan bullet to the face then “upgrade” to Windows 8″
    That is the best quote I have ever pasted anywhere, and it is so true.
    I am saving up to buy myself a brand new PC for future games and to ease my 3D rendering time.

    I think my current PC might just be able to play this on medium settings…

  • http://www.facebook.com/pages/Wesley-Fick/184346154999538 Wesley Fick

    Just use your existing key, get your hands on a 64-bit install disc and reformat! Honestly, not being on 64-bit Windows in 2014 if you’re a gamer is a big no-no.

    • Miklós Szecsei

      Yeah, except my key is an OEM key for a 32 bit version. If that worked, I would have done it about 3 years ago. :<

      • http://www.facebook.com/pages/Wesley-Fick/184346154999538 Wesley Fick

        Microsoft doesn’t care about OEM key usage now, they changed the EULA just before the launch of Win 8 to reflect this in 7. So long as it’s valid, they no longer give a hoot. You can phone the local activation line, speak numbers to the machine and your copy will be activated.

        • Miklós Szecsei

          Oh really? Awesome, I’ll give it a shot.

    • http://www.mygaming.co.za Chris Kemp

      Can’t 32-bit not make use of 4GB of RAM? I thought if you had an amount of RAM 4GB and up, you’re not using those resources if you’re on 32-bit (like 32-bit can only use 3,5 or something?) Is that true, or did someone cheerfully lie to me at some point? :P

      • http://www.facebook.com/pages/Wesley-Fick/184346154999538 Wesley Fick

        Somewhat, but Physical Address Extension (PAE) was only really meant for servers and only plastered up the problem temporarily. You’d still be using 32-bit programs which had a memory limit cap of 2.2GB and it was essential at that point to ensure that it never went above that, else it would crash.

        64-bit OSes handle those crashes a little better, but running a 64-bit executable is really the way to go these days. Games only stuck with 32-bit as long as they did because of console limitations. From here on out, as you’ve seen from newer game system requirements, 64-bit will be the defacto standard if you want the best experience.

  • BinaryMind

    64bit Windows 7 FTW

  • XCal1bur

    Can’t say I’m surprised, Battlefield 4 had a hefty minimum spec. So expected this to be in line with that. The spec for games have shifted with the arrival of the new consoles. I think the time to go 64 bit Windows 7 is due very shortly.
    But why do you need to upgrade to windows 8(Which I won’t do either) if the game accepts 64-bit Windows 7?

    • Miklós Szecsei

      Because it’s impossible to find legit copies of Win 7. I’ve been trying for MONTHS.

      • XCal1bur

        Really? I don’t understand that…Windows 7 is by far more popular than Windows 8
        I hope you find one eventually.

        • Miklós Szecsei

          It doesn’t matter how popular it is; MS wants to shift people over onto Win 8 because I don’t know. I’ve managed to find a 64 bit ISO of Win 7, so now I just need to find time to do what Wesley suggests.

  • Michael Bouwer

    Woo Hoo! Also downloading ESO Beta as we speak which I also found out will be able to run on my machine! But it’s like 23GB :/

  • PicklePod

    I’ve been rolling with an un-activated 64-bit copy of Windows 7, since I had to find a ISO and learn how to and make a boot USB when my previous Windows 7 had that blue screen of death (wiping out some game saves…)
    I’m not sure how bad that is? Well, not yet atleast…

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