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    We have the PC specs for Crackdown 3 for you today. There’s some good news with that, by the way. The recommended specs to run the game are actually nice and forgiving.

    Crackdown 3 certainly isn’t a graphical powerhouse, sure. But lower-end PC users deserve some good news after seeing the specs for Metro Exodus. The minimum specs ask for at least a Geforce 750 Ti, or a Radeon R7 260X equivalent. Even the CPU requirement isn’t all that bad, asking for an Intel i5 3470 or an AMD FX-6300. Hell, I had an FX-6300 once. Man, it sucked.

    The recommended specs are fairly gentle as well. To play the game in recommended settings, you’ll need a Geforce 970 or 1060, or a Radeon R9 290X or RX 480. The CPU requirements are an Intel i5 4690, or an AMD FX-8350. As I said, this is not that bad at all. The only iffy part is for those of you still running a Windows 7 system. Both requirements ask for Windows 10 to be installed.

    Crackdown 3 Agent
    Not the prettiest game around, but it’s easy on your rig.

    Here are the requirements to run Crackdown 3:

    Minimum PC Requirements For Crackdown 3

    • OS: Xbox One, Windows 10 version 14393.0 or higher
    • Architecture: x64
    • Keyboard: Integrated Keyboard
    • Mouse: Integrated Mouse
    • DirectX: DirectX 12 API, Hardware Feature Level 11
    • Memory: 8 GB
    • Video Memory: 2 GB
    • Processor: Intel i5 3470 or AMD FX-6300
    • Graphics: Geforce 750 Ti or Radeon R7 260X

    Recommended PC Requirements For Crackdown 3

    • OS: Xbox One, Windows 10 version 14393.0 or higher
    • Architecture: x64
    • Keyboard: Integrated Keyboard
    • Mouse: Integrated Mouse
    • DirectX: DirectX 12 API, Hardware Feature Level 11
    • Memory: 8 GB
    • Video Memory: 4 GB
    • Processor: Intel i5 4690 or AMD FX-8350
    • Graphics: Geforce 970 or Geforce 1060, Radeon R9 290X or Radeon RX 480

    Crackdown 3 heads to PC on February 15. It’s a Microsoft exclusive, so it’s not coming for Steam or other platforms. You’ll have to pick it up at the Microsoft Store.

    Cameron Woolsey
    Cam has been shooting for high scores since his days playing on the Atari 2600. Writing about video games since 2005, Cam has also worked with GameSpot, GamesRadar, and PlayBoy.

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