Ubisoft’s “Watchdogs: Legion” PC version configuration requirements announced, CPU requirements increased

Ubisoft’s new work “Watch Dogs: Legion” will be launched on PC, Xbox One, and PS4 platforms on October 29, and the next generation will be on Xbox on November 10 Series X/S. This week Ubisoft announced the configuration requirements for the PC version of the game.

Judging from the information released by Ubisoft, the PC version of “Watchdogs: Legion” has fairly satisfactory graphics card requirements, but mainly the increase in CPU requirements. High special effects under 1080P image quality require a Core i7-4790 or AMD Ryzen 5 1600 or higher processor; while the highest 4K special effects are directly up to i7-9700K or Ryzen 7 3700X.

In terms of graphics cards, due to the support of ray tracing and DLSS technology, it will be relatively beneficial for players with N cards. The requirement for 1080P high image quality is GTX 1060, and the highest 4K special effect is RTX 2080 Ti.

It is also worth mentioning that in some overseas markets, the purchase of RTX 30 series graphics cards will also give away “Watchdogs: Legion.”

Naijatechnews learned that “Watch Dogs: Legion” is set in a fictional future London. London is facing decline in the near future: people are oppressed by a department that can monitor everything, corrupt private military enterprises control the streets, and powerful criminal groups are plundering the most vulnerable people. In “Watch Dogs: Legion”, the player’s task is to form a resistance force against the dictatorship.

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