Need For Speed: Rivals – PC Specs Revealed – Requires 30GB HDD, Recommends 64bit OS

Need for Speed Rivals

Electronic Arts has revealed the official PC specs for its upcoming racer, Need For Speed: Rivals. According to them, PC gamers will at least need 4GB RAM and 30GB of free HDD. And despite the fact that the game will support 32-bit OS, EA recommends using a 64-bit one. Rivals will be powered by DICE’s Frostbite engine, and will be locked on 30fps on all platforms. You can view the complete specs list below. Kudos to our reader ‘Inhuman’ for informing us!

Need For Speed: Rivals PC Specs:

MINIMUM System Requirements

OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista (SP2), Windows 7
CPU: Intel 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo, AMD 2.6 GHz Athlon X2
RAM: At least 4 GB
DISC DRIVE: CD/DVD ROM drive required for istallation only
HARD DRIVE: At least 30 GB of free space
VIDEO: AMD Radeon 3870 512Mb or better, NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT 512 Mb or better, IntelHD 4000 integrated 512Mb or better
DIRECTX: DirectX 10.1 compatible
INPUT: Keyboard and mouse
ONLINE CONNECTION REQUIREMENTS: 512 Kbps or faster internet connection

RECOMMENDED System Requirements

OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista (SP2), Windows 7 (Recommended is Windows 8 64-bit)
CPU: Intel Quad Core CPU, AMD Duo Core CPU
RAM: At least 8 GB
DISC DRIVE: CD/DVD ROM drive required for istallation only
HARD DRIVE: At least 30 GB of free space
VIDEO: AMD Radeon 7870 3Gb or better, NVIDIA GeForce GT660 3Gb or better
DIRECTX: DirectX 11 compatible
INPUT: Keyboard and mouse
ONLINE CONNECTION REQUIREMENTS: 512 Kbps or faster internet connection

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