Titanfall 2’s official minimum and recommended specs have been released.
Titanfall 2 uses physically-based rendering (using real-world material as references for shading and lighting the game world). Packing the usage of PBR, Titanfall 2 is further enhanced by other graphics improvements.
The recommended set of specs for the high and ultra 1080p gameplay experience is:
- 16 GB RAM
- Core i5-6600 CPU
- GTX 1060 6GB or Radeon RX 480 8GB GPU
Further, i7 6th gen and GTX 1080 8GB will take you 4k@60fps, as Respawn, the developers of the game, say. “Ultra 4K60 at Core i7-6700K” – no mention for AMD GPUs though. As for the minimum requirements, here they are:
- 8 GB RAM
- Core i3-3600 CPU
- GTX 660 2GB or Radeon HD 7850 2GB GPU
- Windows 7 and up, 64-bit versions only
- 45GB disk space
- DirectX 11
- 512 kbps or more internet speed
With these specs, it surpasses Primal specs.
The minimum specs, especially, are pretty much “average” and not really the “minimum” grade as other games of the same kind are. The resolution at minimum being 1600×900, this can be expected (still with many details on @60fps).
With a ton of options like TSAA anti-aliasing, dynamic spot shadows, sun shadow detail, v-sync triple buffering, high model and ragdoll details, impact marks, 16x anisotropic texture filtering, etc. – Titanfall 2 will be a beast.
The official statement says the maximum FPS would be 144 (60hz display with v-sync disabled).
The game releases on October 28th. It can be preordered for Xbox One, PS4, and PC (through Origin). The price is around ₹3,499.