Codemasters has revealed the official PC system requirements for its upcoming F1 racing game, F1 2013. According to the Codies, F1 2013 won’t support Windows XP and will use a DX11 API. As with most DX11 titles, though, PC gamers will be able to use DX10 cards to run the game – with some effects being disabled of course. In addition, 2GB of RAM and 15GB of free HDD are the minimum requirements.
F1 2013 is planned for release later this year on PC, X360 and PS3. Codemasters also revealed that F1 2013 Classic Edition will only be available on PC via digital distribution, and that PC gamers will be able to pre-order the game on Steam around 6 weeks prior to launch.
And here are the PC system specs for F1 2013:
Minimum: -OS: Windows Vista or Windows 7 -Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.4Ghz or AMD Athlon X2 -Memory: 2 GB RAM -Graphics: AMD HD2600 or NVIDIA Geforce 8600 -DirectX: Version 11 -Network: Broadband Internet connection -Hard Drive: 15 GB available space -Sound Card: Direct X compatible soundcard
Recommended: -OS: Windows Vista or Windows 7 64 bit -Processor: Intel Core i7/AMD Bulldozer -Memory: 4 GB RAM -Graphics: AMD HD6000 Series/Nvidia GTX500 Series minimum 1GB RAM -DirectX: Version 11 -Network: Broadband Internet connection -Hard Drive: 15 GB available space -Sound Card: Direct X compatible soundcard
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