After being rated as Awesome by the console guys, the latest Need for Speed game is preparing to be available in a version for PC.
Without any snobbish names or absolute superlatives, the latest Need for Speed game, titled just so, is available on consoles since the end of last year. The good part is that gamers who prefer the PC as the ideal platform for gaming will be able to play the new title in optimal conditions, in just a few weeks.
The folks at Electronic Arts have made public the minimum, and recommended, system requirements that you need for playing NFS on a computer. Depending on your hardware configuration, you’ll be able to play the game at a more or less impressive quality. The minimum requirements for a gameplay experience that includes a 720p resolution at 30 frames per second are: an Intel Core i3-4130, 6 GB RAM, an NVIDIA GeForce 750 TI graphics card with 2 GB dedicated memory or an AMD Radeon HD 7850, and around 30 GB storage space.
If you want to take the experience to another level and to play the title in 1080p 60fps with maximum details, it would be ideal to have a system with an Intel Core i5-4690 or equivalent, 8 GB RAM, an NVIDIA GeForce 970 graphics card with 4 GB or an AMD Radeon R9 with 4 GB. The recommended storage space remains unchanged.
Although the Need for Speed series has never been considered a simulator, gamers who want to play using a steering wheel and pedals, should have in their possession a Logitech G27, G29, G920, a Thrustmaster TX, T150, T300 T500, or a Fanatec CSR.
The latest Need for Speed will be released on PC on March 15, but if you have subscribed to Origin Access, you will be able to play starting on March 10, five days earlier.