Posted August 29, 2019 by David Latham in Feature
 
 

Ghost Recon Breakpoint PC Specs Revealed

Ghost Recon Breakpoint
Ghost Recon Breakpoint

Ubisoft has just released the Ghost Recon Breakpoint PC Specs for master race players looking to optimise their PC ahead of the game’s launch in October.

Rocket Chainsaw has been covering Ghost Recon Breakpoint since its stream reveal, and we also covered it in greater depth at E3 2019. You can also check out all the special features coming to the PC version here.

There are five different Breakpoint PC specs recommendations split up in to Standard and Elite categories. For those wanting to just play the game, you’re going to want an i5-4460 or Ryzen 3 1200 with 8GB of RAM and at least a GeForce GTX 960 (4GB) or AMD Radeon R9 280X. If you’re wanting a bit more bang for your buck, having all settings on ultra in 1080p full HD will require a Ryzen 7 1700x, 16GB of RAM, and at least a Radeon RX 5700 XT or GeForce GTX 1080.

If your PC is godlike and reigns above those specs, Ubisoft has also revealed the Breakpoint PC specs you’ll need to play in 2K and 4K resolution . While 2K has the same specs as 1080p with the only difference beying the Ti version of the 1080, if you want to play Ghost Recon Breakpoint in 4K you’re going to need all the latest gear including a Radeon VII or GeForce RTX 2080.

Check out the full Ghost Recon Breakpoint PC Specs cheat sheet below:

Breakpoint PC Specs

Which requirements will hit your PC’s breakpoint? (heh) Let us know via our social media channels!

Rocket Chainsaw gave Ghost Recon Wildlands 3 stars at launch, stating that it was “is not a bad game, but it’s far from perfect. With the two major gameplay flaws we mentioned, it’s unjustifiable to score it any higher than what we have.

Ghost Recon Breakpoint will launch on October 4, 2019 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC platforms. For more information, head to the official Ghost Recon Breakpoint website.


David Latham

 
David has a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) from a Group of Eight university, but only uses his very unique set of skills writing about video games. By day he's a stay-at-home dad, by night he's literally Batman. Where does he find the time?