First, there was a leak, than EA confirmed the global launch date of the Battlefield Hardline Open Beta. Developer Visceral Games has now given players an idea of what PC system requirements they have to expect for their upcoming shooter Battlefield Hardline. Visceral explained that Hardline’s requirements won’t differ too significantly from those for 2013’s Battlefield 4 on Twitter.
We haven't announced detailed PC specs yet but if your PC can run BF4 it shouldn't have a problem with Hardline
— Visceral Games (@VisceralGames) January 29, 2015
For those who didn’t remember, here are the Battlefield 4 system requirements.
The minimum PC system requirements for Battlefield 4 are expected to be:
- Dual core CPU (Intel Core i5 or AMD “Bulldozer”).
- At least 4 GB main system memory
- Graphics card with at least 512 MB of VRAM and support for DirectX 10
- 30+ GB of harddrive space
- Windows Vista
The recommended PC system requirements for optimal visual quality and frame rates:
- Quad core CPU (Intel Core i5 or i7) at 3 Ghz
- 4 GB memory (8 GB for 64-bit operating systems)
- A modern DX11 graphics card with 2+ GB of video memory, GeForce 600 series or Radeon 7000 series
- Windows 7 64-bit operating system (Windows 8 is supported as well)
- 30+ GB of free harddrive space
Battlefield Hardline release date is March 17 in the US for PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.