FIFA 15 PC Requirements Revealed – 64bit Only, Requires Quad-Core CPU, Recommends 8GB RAM

Electronic Arts has revealed the PC system requirements for FIFA 15. According to the publisher, PC gamers will need at least a quad-core CPU and a 64bit OS. Thankfully, this is not another COD: Ghosts, meaning that 4GB of RAM is the minimum RAM requirement. In addition, FIFA 15 will only support DX11 GPUs, meaning that you will at least need an ATI Radeon HD 5770 or an NVIDIA GTX 650.

Do note that tomorrow EA will release a demo for FIFA 15 that will be also available on the PC.

Here are the full PC system requirements for FIFA 15:

Minimum Specifications
OS: Windows V/7/8/8.1 – 64-Bit
CPU: Intel Q6600 Core2 Quad @ 2.4Ghz (or AMD Phenom 7950 Quad-Core, AMD Athlon II X4 620 equivalent)
RAM: 4GB
Hard Drive Space Required: 13.0 GB
Minimum Supported Video Cards: ATI Radeon HD 5770, NVIDIA GTX 650
DirectX: 11.0
Single System Multiplayer: 2-4 players + 1 keyboard on a PC
Disc Drive: DVD-ROM at 8x Speed
Input: Keyboard, Mouse, Dual Analogue gamepad, VOIP Headset

Recommended Specifications
OS: Windows V/7/8/8.1 – 64-Bit
CPU: Intel i5-2550K @ 3.40GHz (or AMD FX-6350 Six-Core equivalent)
RAM: 8GB
Hard Drive Space Required: 13.0 GB
Minimum Supported Video Cards: ATI Radeon HD 6870, NVIDIA GTX 460
DirectX: 11.0
Single System Multiplayer: 2-4 players + 1 keyboard on a PC
Disc Drive: DVD-ROM at 8x Speed
Input: Keyboard, Mouse, Dual Analogue gamepad, VOIP Headset

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