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No DirectX 10 support for Crysis 3

| December 3, 2012

No DirectX 10 support for Crysis 3 News PC Gaming  EA Crysis 3

EA and Crytek have released the official system specifications for Crysis 3, and it looks like it will be a lot more demanding on the wallets of PC gamers who aren’t already capable of running DirectX 11.  This shouldn’t come as a huge surprise for those looking to play Crysis 3 on PC, as the game has a history of demanding a powerful machine to run well.

The three sets of system requirements can be found below, and with just a couple months to go before the release of this third installment in the Crysis franchise, perhaps you now know what to ask Santa to stuff your stocking with.

Minimum System Operating Requirements for PC

-Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8

-Direct X11 graphics card with 1Gb Video RAM

-Dual core CPU

-2GB Memory (3Gb on Vista)

Recommended System Operating Requirements for PC

-Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8

-DirectX 11 graphics card with 1GB Video RAM

-Quad Core CPU

-4GB Memory

High Performance Specifications

-Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8

-Latest DirectX 11 graphics card

-Latest quad core CPU

-8GB Memory

Crysis 3 is due out on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC in February 2013.

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  • אלכס כהן

    No you can’t! I can max out Crysis 2 but I can’t run Crysis 3 on minimum because my GPU doesn’t support DX11!
    Crysis 2 can run properly on my laptop which has only 64mb Vram, but Crysis 3 can’t run on my desktop which has 890mb Vram.
    How are those the same requierments exactly? You don’t know shit of what you talk about.