FIFA 19 Official PC System Requirements

EA Sports has revealed the official PC system requirements for FIFA 19 via its Origin store page. According to the specs, PC gamers will at least need an Intel Core i3-2100 or an AMD Phenom II X4 965 with 8GB of RAM and an NVIDIA GTX 460 or an AMD Radeon R7 260.

EA Sports recommends an Intel i3 6300T or an AMD Athlon X4 870K with 8GB of RAM and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 or an AMD Radeon R9 270X. It’s also worth noting that the game will require 50GB of free hard-disk space.

As we can see, these are really low PC requirements, meaning that the game should run without performance issues on a huge variety of PC configurations. FIFA 19 is powered by the Frostbite Engine and it will support both DirectX 11 and DirectX 12. In the past we’ve seen DX11 outperforming DX12 in all Frostbite-powered games so it will be interesting to see whether FIFA 19 will run better on DX12 or not.

FIFA 19 releases on September 28th and below you can find its full PC requirements.

FIFA 19 Official PC System Requirements

Min Spec:
OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 – 64-Bit
CPU: Intel Core i3-2100 @ 3.1GHz or AMD Phenom II X4 965 @ 3.4 GHz
Hard Drive Space Required: 50.0 GB
Minimum Supported Video Cards: NVIDIA GTX 460 1GB or AMD Radeon R7 260
DirectX: 11.0

Recommended Spec:
OS: Windows 10 – 64-Bit
CPU: Intel i3 6300T or AMD Athlon X4 870K or equivalent benchmark. Intel i3 4340, Intel i3 4350, AMD FX-4350 and FX-4330 as alternatives.
Hard Drive Space Required: 50.0 GB
Minimum Supported Video Cards: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 or AMD Radeon R9 270X
DirectX: 12.0

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