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World War Z to release on the Epic Games Store - PC System Requirements Announced

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World War Z to release on the Epic Games Store - PC System Requirements Announced

World War Z to release on the Epic Games Store - PC System Requirements Announced

Saber Interactive has announced that World War Z will be releasing on the Epic Games Store in 2019, with the game lacking a web page on the Steam Store. 

Early press releases and trailers for World War Z pointed towards a release on Steam, though now it appears as if Sabre Interactive are placing their game in the hands of Epic, how promises the company a fairer share of the game's revenue. 

Last month, Saber Interactive announced that they were working with AMD to integrate Ryzen and Radeon technologies into World War Z, though it is worth noting that the press release for that announcement didn't mention the game's Steam release, suggesting that the developer has planned to use Epic's Storefront for some time. 

Alongside this announcement, Saber Interactive has confirmed World War Z's PC system requirements, which are extremely low for a modern PC game, promising functionality on Integrated graphics solutions like Intel's HD 530 series of iGPUs. 

World War Z to release on the Epic Games Store - PC System Requirements Announced


Below are World War Z's full PC system requirements. 

Minimum Requirements

CPU - i5-750/i3-530/Phenon II X4-810
RAM - 8GB
OS - Windows 7 and Later
Video Card - AMD R7 240/Nvidia GT 730 2GB/Intel HD530
Storage - 20GB

Recommended Requirements

CPU - i7-3970 @ 3.5GHz
RAM - 16GB
OS - Windows 10 64-bit (DX11)
Video Card - AMD R9 280/Nvidia GTX 960
Storage - 20GB

You can join the discussion on World War Z's PC system requirements and Epic Games Store release plans on the OC3D Forums.   

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11-12-2018, 12:25:06

demonking
specs don't surprise me considering how long this has been in development. I was big into The WarZ and that was nearly 6 years ago when they had that copyright fight.Quote
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