The release of thethird installment of the Watch Dogs series is approaching and PC gamers have already had the opportunity to see if their hardware can handle the game. However, if you are interested in playing with ray tracing enabled, you should take another look at the information from the publisher. Ubisoft has updated the game's system requirements, mainly changing the recommended configurations when using ray tracing. There are other differences from the information provided by the French company a month ago, although not as significant.
Watch Dogs: Legion - hardware requirements:
The new requirements take into account the previously absent configuration with ray tracing enabled for 1440p resolution, which is in fact a slightly modified version of previous requirements for Full HD. The only difference is the GPU: The GeForce RTX 2070 was replaced by RTX 3070. The same applies to 4K: The new RTX 3080 with 10 GB of memory is listed. However, the publisher's recommendations for 1080p and ray tracing have changed significantly (although this takes into account low settings of this technology). Full list of system of requirements of Watch Dogs: Legion is presented on the above graphics released by Ubisoft. The game will debut on PCs on October 29, along with releases for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and will be available on ninth generation platforms as soon as the devices are released (November 10 for XSX/S and November 12 for PS5).
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Last update: 2020-10-12