Far Cry 5 official PC system requirements revealed

Ubisoft has revealed the official PC requirements for Far Cry 5.

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Published Tue, Jan 23 2018 1:29 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:52 AM CST

Ubisoft has revealed the official PC requirements for their upcoming Far Cry 5, they have said that the game will automatically detect users' hardware and calibrate for optimal performance.

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According to Ubisoft's official news post on their Far Cry 5 website, the game will be featuring what seems to be everything that a PC gamer wants when it comes to customization for optimal performance.

Kirill Bragin, the PC version producer on Far Cry 5 was quoted in the news post and said "In order to help ensure PC players have the best experience possible, the Benchmark feature and video memory usage meter will help you analyze your system and calibrate the myriad visual options, including variant aspect ratio support, FOV adjustment, optional FPS locking, and resolution scaling."

Bragin continues: "Players won't need to dive into the calibration menus if they don't feel like it, the game will auto-detect the user's hardware and will set the matching quality preset and resolution." Furthermore, Far Cry 5 will support multi-GPU functionality, allowing players to significantly improve performance."

Here is the full list of PC requirements and recommended configurations taken from the Ubisoft website:

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