For Honor is heading our way in just a few weeks time and while the warriors you will be fighting against are indeed from ancient times, you will certainly need a fairly modern PC in order to play properly. Today, Ubisoft announced For Honor’s minimum and recommended system requirements for PC players, so without further ado, here they are…
For minimum specs, users will need at least an Intel Core i3-550 or AMD Phenom II X4 955 CPU, you will also need 4GB of RAM and a GTX660/750Ti/950/1050 graphics card. On the AMD side you can get away with having a Radeon HD 6970/7870/R9 270/R9 370/RX 460. This will be for lower graphical settings at 720p.
If you want to make the jump to 1080p, high settings and 60 frames per second, then you are going to want an Intel Core i5-2500K or an AMD FX-6350 processor, 8GB of system RAM and a GTX 680/760/970/1060 with 2GB of VRAM or more. On the AMD side you will want an R9 280x/380/RX 470 to run the game smoothly.
For Honor will be having a closed beta towards the end of this month that you can sign up for if you want to give the game a try before it comes out in February.
KitGuru Says: For Honor is shaping up to be a pretty fun game and judging by the system requirements, it should run alright on even older hardware. Are any of you thinking of grabbing For Honor when it launches? Will you be trying out the beta?