- Microsoft releases AMD graphics and CPU required to play Age of Empires 4.
- The requirements have been released ahead of the official launch on October 28.
- The system requirements do not offer performance levels.
The release of Age of Empires 4 is just a few weeks away and Intel and Nvidia powered rigs are the only system requirements currently available. Fortune has hit game fanatics as Microsoft has released the AMD graphics and CPU needed for your gaming PC to play the much anticipated classic game.
Microsoft has been releasing requirements for various games especially with the release of Windows 11 around the corner. Just the other day, Valorant game fanatics were taken aback by the TPM 2.0 requirement to continue playing the game if they choose to upgrade to Windows 11.
Hence, the official game will have the launch day on October 28 and it can be purchased on pre-order from the following sources:
The Age of Empires 4 director seems to have placed his hopes that this will revive the series after a long time of not being in operation. The same real-time strategy previously used is expected to win hearts and start where they left off.
The game is expected to feature varied players each detailing certain events that took place in history.
The system requirements have been described as modest and should shed more light on the expected hardware needed to take part in Age of Empires 4 stress test. Although the said requirements are necessary, it is quite unfortunate that they do not offer performance metrics.
The requirements are;
|CPU – Intel i5-6300U AMD Ryzen 5 2400G||CPU – 3.6GHz 6-core (Intel i5) AMD Ryzen 5 1600|
|RAM – 8GB||RAM – 16GB|
|GPU – Intel HD 520 AMD Radeon RX Vega 11||GPU – Nvidia Geforce 970 AMD Radeon RX 570|
|VRAM – N/A||VRAM – 4GB|
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