If you thought Battlefield 3 was visually stunning, then expect the sequel and thirteenth installment in the series, Battlefield 4, to elevate graphics to a whole new level next month. The screenshots alone for the upcoming shooter is enough to scare anyone with a PC that might be dated for this epic looking FPS. Good news is developer DICE just announced the minimum and recommended PC specifications for the game, so you can find out now if you need an upgrade or not.
Battlefield 4 launches for Windows PC on October 29, 2013, including the, and Xbox 360.
– Intel Quad-Core or six core AMD processor
– Nvidia GTX 660 or Radeon HD 7870
– 3GB of Graphics Memory
– 8GB of Ram
– Windows 8 64-bit
– Intel Core 2 Duo or Athlon X2
– GeForce 8800 GT
– 4GB of RAM
– Windows Vista SP2 32-bit
* 30GB of free hard drive space