Respawn / EA have provided some detailed recommended PC specifications ahead of the upcoming release of Titanfall 2. (The game will launch in just over a month from now) Producer Drew McCoy says he is "extremely excited" to share a slew of PC specific spec information for Titanfall 2 via the official blog. McCoy started by providing a trio of PC system spec recommendations as reproduced below:
Usefully, Mr McCoy delved deeper into the above spec lists. For those eyeing the Minimum spec as most close to their own PC, such a setup should provide you with an enjoyable 1600x900 resolution experience "with most details turned on and average around 60fps".
Moving up the PC spec ladder, those with something akin to the recommended system, above, should be able to play with quality settings "nearly maxed out" at the popular 1920x1080 resolution, while achieving about 60fps or higher. Just like with the Frostbite-based Battlefield 1 you will notice that the recommended gaming cards are again the new-ish Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 and AMD Radeon RX 480.
For Ultra 4K60 gameplay at 60fps you are currently looking at only the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 8GB in the graphics department, as we await a card from AMD to rival its performance. Respawn is looking to provide a number of video links to Titanfall 2 being played at 4K on a beefy PC. For now, I've embedded a 1440p video below, sponsored by both EA and Nvidia.
Further into the Titanfall 2 blog post we are provided with lots of tech details concerning the game and a big list of options that will be tweakable by PC gamers in the settings menu. You can even find performance charts for the game running on the various minimum, recommended and 4K60 machines.
Titanfall 2 is released on 28th October.