Crytek and Electronic Arts have officially revealed the PC system requirements for Crysis 3. Although these specs can be found on Crytek’s official website, we suspect that they are not the real deal. As we can see, Crysis 3 PC might be a DX11-only title, something that was never stated by Crytek.
It’s really shocking, so let’s hope that it’s an error from Crytek and not a real requirement. Not only that, but Crytek has mistakenly listed the Intel Core i3-530 as a quad-core CPU. Furthermore, instead of a quad-core CPU, Crytek has listed a quad-core GPU as a recommended requirement.
We’ll contact Crytek, so expect an update on it the moment we hear back from it.
Here are the listed requirements for Crysis 3:
Minimum System Operating Requirements for PC: • Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8 • DirectX 11 graphics card with 1Gb Video RAM • Dual core CPU • 2GB Memory (3GB on Vista) • Example 1 (Nvidia/Intel): • Nvidia GTS 450 • Intel Core2 Duo 2.4 Ghz (E6600) • Example 2 (AMD): • AMD Radeon HD5770 • AMD Athlon64 X2 2.7 Ghz (5200+)
Recommended System Operating Requirements for PC: • Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8 • DirectX 11 graphics card with 1GB Video RAM • Quad core GPU • 4GB Memory • Example 1 (Nvidia/Intel): • Nvidia GTX 560 • Intel Core i3-530 • Example 2 (AMD): • AMD Radeon HD5870 • AMD Phenom II X2 565
Hi-Performance PC Specifications: • Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8 • Latest DirectX 11 graphics card • Latest quad core CPU • 8GB Memory • Example 1 (Nvidia/Intel): • NVidia GTX 680 • Intel Core i7-2600k • Example 2 (AMD): • AMD Radeon HD7970 • AMD Bulldozer FX4150
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