In the early preview we got last week, Leif Johnson told us about The Elder Scrolls Online. As such, we found out that we are going to enjoy the magic found in Morrowind, which is excellent. However, do you have a PC strong enough to support the revamped versions of Balmora, Molag Mar, Ald Velothi and others?
What Are the Requirements?
Thanks to ZeniMax Online Studios, now we know what are the minimum, as well as the recommended system requirements you need to fulfill if you want to revisit the land that first appeared 15 years ago. The ZeniMax official website says that since the update will be released in a couple of weeks, the team wanted to make sure that players can prepare for the big event by meeting the minimum recommendations. There’s nothing really changed with the requirements, but the team just
The minimum requirements for the PC consist in Windows 7 (the 32-bit version), an Intel Core i3 540 or an AMD A6-3620 and 3 GB RAM. Besides, you will need 85 GB free space on the HDD, DirectX 11 video card with 1 GB RAM, a DirectX compatible sound card plus an Internet connection.
However, it is recommended that you run Windows 7 on 64 bits, use an Intel Core i5 2300 or AMD FX4350, 8 GB system RAM and 85 GB free space. Also, you can do fine with the DirectX 11 compliant video card, but with 2 GB or more.
The core necessities are OS X 10.9, Intel Core i3 540 or newer, 4 GB system RAM and 85 GB free space on the HDD. Moreover, you need an AMD Radeon 5870, with Open GL 4.1 and 1 GB VRAM, plus an Internet connection.
Recommended are the OS X 10.11, Intel Core i5 2500S or newer, 8 GB RAM, 85 GB free space and AMD Radeon HD 7870 or higher.