Assassin's Creed Mirage PC specs leave players surprised
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We’re mere weeks away from the release of Assassin’s Creed Mirage where we’ll finally get to explore ninth century Baghdad alongside Basim on 5 October.
We had the opportunity to go hands-on with the game, writing, “It’s definitely an easy-to-learn hard-to-master type of game, and unless you’re a seasoned Assassin’s Creed veteran, you’ll likely fail a few times before you perfect the stealth and combat, but ultimately it’s just a lot of fun. The story instantly captured my interest, and I personally can’t wait to see what else lies in store for Basim.” If that’s left you itching to dive in, Ubisoft has now released some must-know information for PC fans - those all important specs, and they’ve left some players feeling rather surprised.
Take a look at Assassin’s Creed Mirage in action below.
It’s recommended that PC players utilise a 1080p resolution, targeting 60fps. You’ll require an Intel Arc A750 (8GB), NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti (6GB), or AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT (6GB) GPU, as well as either an Intel Core i7-8700K or AMD Ryzen 5 3600 CPU. The recommended RAM is listed as 16GB (dual-channel mode), while you should aim to have 40GB of SSD Storage and a Windows 10/11 operating system. You can view the full specs below.
If you’re looking to play Mirage on PC, we’ve got a breakdown of four different configurations to help you figure out which settings will perform best on your setup.— Assassin's Creed (@assassinscreed) September 19, 2023
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What’s left fans feeling surprised is that these recommended specs are actually quite reasonable - particularly in a year where many PC releases have come with much higher technical demands. Reddit user noxsanguinis wrote, “I'm gonna be honest, I was expecting some ridiculous system requirements after the year we PC gamers had, but this is pretty reasonable.”
ThePhatPhoenix added, “Wow, seemingly very reasonable. I guess we shouldn't be too surprised since it's basically just Valhalla in terms of graphical demands, but I think we should give Ubi some credit for this considering the current state of PC gaming.” Hats off to you, Ubisoft.