If you’re a Call of Duty fan, then it shouldn’t be surprising that the franchise’s recent releases are quite demanding on the hardware. Advance Warfare, due for launch on November 4, will hog even more PC resources than its predecessor.
According to Steam’s minimum system requirements, Advanced Warfare will require 55GB of disk space, and 6GB of ram. Most hardcore CoD players are probably already well-equipped with the right hardware to handle Advanced Warfare, as the CPU and GPU requirements aren’t at all too extreme. An Intel i3-530 @ 2.93 GHz or an AMD PhenomTM II X4 810 @ 2.8 GHz is the recommended minimums. While an NVIDIA GTS 450 or an ATI Radean HD 5870 are the bare minimum graphics.
Gamers that are eager to snatch up the new CoD will have to keep in mind that Advanced Warfare will require 15GB more HD space compared to the last CoD. The game will purportedly boast an extremely high visual experience, with Hollywood-esque cut scenes being one of the main components.