Halo 5: Forge

You don’t need the beefiest PC to run Halo 5: Forge, but you do need Windows 10.

Halo 5: Forge

Next week Halo fans can look forward to the Anvil’s Legacy update for Halo 5: Guardians. The update contains a lot of the usual stuff: new weapons, REQs, options, and maps. It will also include some updates for the Forge. Those updates will be rolling out to keep the Xbox One version of the Forge in line with the new iteration on PC.

Halo 5: Forge is on its way to PCs for free next week, and the system requirements have been revealed. Using the Forge to create your own custom maps and game types will be easier than ever using a mouse and keyboard, and you can even host or join in on custom matches with up to 16 players. Thankfully the requirements are pretty lenient. You will, however, have to have Windows 10 Anniversary Edition. If you missed out on or protested against the free upgrade to Windows 10, I guess now you’ll just have to buy it if you were looking forward to this.

The requirements are as follows:

Minimum

  • Windows 10 Anniversary Edition
  • DirectX 12
  • intel Core i5 at 2.3Ghz or AMD equivalent
  • GeForce 650 Ti
  • 2GB VRAM
  • 8GB RAM
  • HDD 40GB

Recommended

  • Windows 10 Anniversary Edition
  • DirectX 12
  • intel Core i5-3570k at 3.4GHz or AMD equivalent
  • GeForce GTX 970
  • 4GB VRAM
  • 8GB RAM
  • HDD 40GB

Ultra (4K)

  • Windows 10 Anniversary Edition
  • DirectX 12
  • Intel Core i7-4770k at 3.4GHz or AMD equivalent
  • GeForce 980 Ti
  • 6GB VRAM
  • 16GB RAM
  • HDD 40GB

Halo 5: Forge and the Anvil’s Legacy update go live September 8.

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