Watch Dogs Legion is set to arrive at the end of October, which gives you about a month and a half to figure out if your PC is up to the task of running it, and to do something about it if not. But how will you know? Easy—check out the newly-posted system requirements below, covering everything from low-quality 1080p to the eye-popping 4K Ultra Ray Tracing Blast-o-Rama.
Full credit to Ubisoft for covering the bases on what you can expect from different configurations:
1080p / Low Settings
1080p / High Settings
1440p / High Settings
4K / Ultra Settings
Ray Tracing On – 1080p / High Settings
Ray Tracing On – 4K / Ultra Settings
Those are some fairly beefy specs, I think: My own rig (which, I have to admit, is getting rather long in the tooth) will definitely fall on the low side of the 1080 scale on this one. Fortunately, PC players will be able to fiddle with a number of customization options in order to strike whatever balance they prefer between graphical quality and performance. For those with the hardware to handle it, the PC version will also feature support for multi-monitor setups, DLSS 2.0, Tobii eye tracking, and MSI Mystic Light integration and voice command features.
In case you hadn’t heard, Ubisoft announced last week that Watch Dogs Legion will feature appearances by award-winning British rapper Stormzy and, in post-launch content, OG Watch Dogs psycho killer Aiden Pearce. It comes out on October 28.