Titanfall System Requirements and Maximum Settings

Gamers will be rodeo-riding giant robots once Titanfall, the first major shooter of 2014, launches on March 11.

Thinking about getting Titanfall? Wondering if your PC’s specs will leave you crushed under a Titan boot or jetpacking above the competition? Let’s take a look at the system requirements for minimum and maximum settings to find out.



CPU: AMD Dual Core 2.8GHz or Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz

Memory: 4GB RAM

GPU: 512MB VRAM (like a Radeon HD 4770 or GeForce 8800GT)

The minimum requirements for Titanfall on PC are surprisingly reasonable. These spec recommendations are straight from the game’s developer, Respawn Entertainment.

If you just want the bare minimum, components with specs similar to these are extremely affordable. On release day, you should have no problem playing Titanfall on minimum settings with components near the current Modest or Fair tiers on the Logical Increments part list.

In fact, you may find it difficult to buy a new CPU or graphics card with specs that low. Instead, here are some cheap components that will get the job done:

CPU: AMD A6-6400K 3.9 GHz Dual-Core or Intel Celeron G1830 2.8 GHz Dual-Core

Memory: 4GB RAM

GPU: Radeon HD 6670 or GeForce GTX 750



What if you want to see the game in its full glory on the highest settings, the way it’s meant to be played? It turns out you still don’t need Monstrous specs.

Here’s what we recommend as a baseline for running Titanfall on maximum settings:

CPU: AMD FX Series 6-Core 6300 or Intel Quad Core i5 4570

Memory: 8GB RAM

GPU: 2GB VRAM (like a Radeon R9 270X or GeForce GTX 660)

Your CPU and graphics card will probably need to be a little higher-end – but still nothing too crazy – to run the game on maximum settings.

Specs like this can be found on the Logical Increments part list starting around the Great and Superb tier. You shouldn’t have any problems running Titanfall at 60 frames per second at 1080p with hardware currently found at that level or higher.

Titanfall is made by Respawn Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts. The game will release on March 11, 2014 in North America and March 13 in Europe. It’s not coming to Steam, but you can download it as soon as it’s released by buying it on Amazon.

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(images courtesy of titanfall.com)