Now that the Halo Infinite release date has been officially confirmed, we can see the minimum and recommended system requirements to run the game on PC.
After months of delays, leaks and rumours, Halo Infinite finally has a release date:December 8 . Along with this announcement, the PC version of the game is now available for pre-order via Steam and the Microsoft Store.
Through this list we can see the minimum and recommended system requirements of Halo Infinite.
Halo has always been a console shooter, but Halo Infinite is "made for PC". Sure, the game will be released on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, but 343 Industries describes it as "the best Halo PC experience yet."
The PC edition will have advanced graphics settings and ultrawide/superwide support, but you'll need a rig that can handle the game. Thanks to the Steam listing, we've got you covered. to know.
Luckily, you don't need to have a high-end powerhouse to run Halo Infinite.
343 Industries listed the GTX 1050 ti as the weakest Nvidia card that will run the game. Gamers also only need a respectable 8GB of RAM and 2013 Intel i5-4440 to run the game on low settings.
Even though Halo Infinite will run on the previous generation Xbox One, 343 Industries recommends that players have a robust rig.
Gamers should have at least an Intel i7-9700k processor, 16GB of RAM, and an RTX 2070 to run the game with good visuals and high FPS.
This listing also confirms that Halo Infinite will take up 50GB of space. However, the game is expected to expand as Forge and Co-op modes are added in 2022.
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