Noticed something interesting? Yeap, those system requirements for Bethesda’s upcoming RPG – that were supposed to be released yesterday – are nowhere to be found. Fear not though, as there is a high probability that they will finally get revealed sometime today. This comes from Pete Hines himself, as he tweeted yesterday that the PC spec tests are running today.
As Hines tweeted:
“Testing for PC specs is going to run into tomorrow. Sorry, I tried. Shouldn’t have given a timeframe without being sure. Apologies”
So PC gamers, today is the big day. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is slated for a November 11th release.
Pete Hines has just revealed the game’s PC system requirements. According to Hines, the minimum requirements will let you play the game while the recommended are for Skyrim’s High settings. For Ultra settings, PC gamers will need a beefier rig.
OS:Win XP/7/Vista (32 or 64 bit)
CPU: Dual-core Intel/AMD CPU
Soundcard:DX compatible soundcard
Graphics Card: DX9c video card w/ 512MB RAM
Other: Internet Access for Steam activation
CPU: Quad-core Intel/AMD CPU
Soundcard:DX compat snd card
Graphics Card: DX9 video card w/ 1 GB. GTX 260/Radeon 4890 or higher
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