Any x86_64 CPU with support for the FMA instruction set. 6 threads or more are recommended.
Minimum: Intel Core i5-4430 / AMD Ryzen 3 1200
Recommended: Intel Core i5-10400 / AMD Ryzen 5 3600
OpenGL 4.6 or Vulkan 1.1 compatible hardware and drivers are mandatory. Half-float support and 4GB of VRAM are recommended.
Minimum for Linux: NVIDIA GeForce GT 1030 2GB / AMD Radeon R7 240 2GB
Minimum for Windows: NVIDIA GeForce GT 1030 2GB / AMD Radeon RX 550 2GB
Recommended: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 4GB / AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 8GB
Integrated graphics will produce very low performance. A dedicated GPU will produce better results on all scenarios. This is only for listing iGPU support.
Minimum for Linux: Intel HD 5300 / AMD Radeon R5 Graphics
Minimum for Windows: Intel HD Graphics 520 / AMD Radeon Vega 3
Recommended: Intel UHD Graphics 750 / AMD Radeon Vega 7
Since an integrated GPU uses system RAM as its video memory (VRAM), our memory requirement in this configuration is higher.
Minimum with dedicated graphics: 8GB
Minimum with integrated graphics: 12GB
Windows users are recommended to run Windows 10 1803 or newer to get the best performance.
Our recommended specifications don’t guarantee perfect performance in most games, but rather strive to provide a cost effective recommendation while still considering performance.
Most games are playable on older Nvidia GPUs from the Fermi family (400 series) or later, but at least Pascal (1000 series) is strongly recommended.
CPUs lacking the FMA instruction set will produce very poor results. Intel Core gen 3 series or older, AMD phenom II or older and all Pentium/Celeron/Atom CPUs will not produce optimal results.
Mobile CPUs will not reach the same performance as their desktop counterparts due to thermal, power, and technical limitations.
Old GCN 1.0 and GCN 2.0 Radeon GPUs on Linux require manually forcing the amdgpu kernel module.
GPUs must support OpenGL 4.6 & OpenGL Compatibility profile, or Vulkan 1.1 (or higher).
To find out if your GPU meets these requirements, visit https://opengl.gpuinfo.org or https://vulkan.gpuinfo.org/ and check your GPU details.