Gears of War: Ultimate Edition is the remastered release of the original Gears of War for Xbox One and PC, and now its minimum requirements have been released.
The largest detractor to the adoption of virtual reality headsets, at least the first generation, just has to be price.
If Ghost Games’ recent post is anything to be believed, the wait between the original release of Need for Speed and its PC release should be well worth it.
Quantum Break’s PC release was a mere formality, but with the highest recommended specifications we’ve ever seen, we’re not sure we want it.
And we can finally confirm it’s late January release date, courtesy of Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics.
On a positive note, that means being able to play Dark Souls III perfectly comfortably on small, ultra-compact PC the size of your fist.
Here’s to PC elitism.
Blizzard’s mandate has always been to allow as many enjoy their games as possible, which is why very few of their titles have ever been hardware hogs.
A fairly expensive card, but we have no doubt that PC gamers are ready for it.
Though it will require 8GB of RAM irrespective of your settings.
It seems just a tad suspicious to us.
And 6GB of RAM as a minimum requirement.
Those recommended requirements are puzzling to say the least.
But will run smoothly on lower-end desktops