Far Cry 3 PC Specs Released

Thinking of getting Far Cry 3 for you PC? No doubt would the game look fantastic. It already looks great on consoles so it’s only fair to assume that it would stun visually on PC. Well if you are getting the game on PC, pay attention to this article as Ubisoft has just released the specs required for Far Cry 3. The list is as followed.

. DirectX9c graphics card with 512MB of video RAM Dual Core DPU 4GB Memory.

. Example Minimum (Nvidia/Intel) – NVidia GTX800 or Intel Core2 Duo E6700.

. Example Minumum 2 (AMD) – AMD Radeon HD2900 or AMD Athlon64 X2 6000+.

. Recommended from Ubisoft – Latest DirectX11 graphics card with the latest quad core CPU with an 8GB memory.

. Example of high performance (NVidia/Intel) – NVidia GTX680 or Intel Core i7-2600K.

. Example of high performance 2 (AMD) – AMD Radeon HD7970 or AMD Bulldozer FX4150.

You will need an internet connection to be able to use the one time activation for their Uplay service but after that, feel free to yank out your ethernet cable or destroy your modem as Far Cry 3 will only need to be connected to the internet once for single player. Everything thing else such as co-op and multiplayer will obviously require an internet connection.

Source: IGN.

George Sinclair is an editor for Analog Addiction where you can find all the latest reviews, previews and news brought you by our international men of mystery staff members. Be sure to follow George on Twitter and his blog on IGN

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