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343 Industries releases Halo Reach's final PC system requirements

Is your PC ready to run Halo: Reach?

343 Industries releases Halo Reach's final PC system requirements

343 Industries releases Halo Reach's final PC system requirements

Microsoft has officially released the PC system requirements for Halo Reach's upcoming PC version, revealing how powerful your gaming hardware need to be to run Halo at average framerates of around 60FPS.

Unlike Halo Reach's previously released system requirements, Microsoft has added minimum system requirements for 30FPS gameplay on integrated graphics solutions. These integrated graphics cards include AMD's Raven Ridge powered Ryzen 7 2700U notebooks. 

The requirements below feature system specifications for 1080p 60FPS gameplay and 4K 60FPS gameplay, both of which are very low by today's standards.  

On PC, Halo Reach will support separate Field of View options for Vehicles and First-Person viewpoints and offer players support for Resolution Scale options and multiple aspect ratios. This should allow PC gamers with 1080p monitor to downsample Halo Reach from higher resolutions if their hardware is up to the task. This is great news for PC gamers with high-end GPUs in their systems.

343 Industries releases Halo Reach's final PC system requirements  

Below are Halo Reach's PC system requirements. Please note that these are not the same system requirements that Microsoft released back in October. 

Minimum Spec - Integrated Graphis


CPU: Intel i7-8750H or AMD Ryzen 7 2700U
GPU: Intel UHD Graphics 630 or Radeon Vega 10
RAM: 8GB
AVG FPS: 30


Minimum 1080p AMD/Radeon

CPU: AMD FX-4100
GPU: Radeon R7 360
RAM: 8GB
AVG FPS: 60

Minimum 1080p Intel/Nvidia

CPU: Intel i7-870
GPU: Nvidia GTX 560 Ti
RAM: 8GB
AVG FPS: 60

Minimum 4K AMD/Radeon

CPU: FX-6350
GPU: Radeon RX 480
RAM: 8GB
AVG FPS: 60

Minimum 4K Intel/Nvidia

CPU: i5-3450
GPU: GTX 770
RAM: 8GB
AVG FPS: 60

You can join the discussion on Halo Reach's PC version on the OC3D Forums

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03-12-2019, 13:28:33

cooperman
I think my pc was ready 10 years ago looking at those specs..Quote
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