If you’re looking to play through it on PC, here are the specs you’ll need to know to run Borderlands 3 on minimum and recommended settings.
With just about two weeks left until its release, anticipation is running high for Borderlands 3 and the mayhem that players will get to unleash on Pandora (and beyond), and now you can know exactly what system you’ll need to run the latest chapter in the Borderlands saga if you’re playing on PC.
Gearbox Software has officially pulled back the curtain on the PC specs for Borderlands 3 and what you can expect from the game in terms of its technical requirements.
Overall, Borderlands 3 seems like it will be pretty flexible in terms of specs, with the minimum specs requiring 6GB of RAM, an AMD FX-8350/Intel i5-3570 (or equivalent) CPU, and a Radeon HD 7970/GeForce GTX 680 (or equivalent) GPU. While the game should run on a large variety of systems, the recommended specs seem like they will offer players a larger variety of graphical options on beefier systems.
Regardless of your rig’s capabilities, Borderlands 3 will require 75GB of storage space on PC, according to the infographic released by Gearbox. You can also find more detailed specs info here at the official Borderlands website.
Borderlands 3 will release for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on September 13, 2019, and you can pre-order the game now over on Amazon. The game will also be coming to Google Stadia when it releases later this year.
For more on the game, you can read our recent hands-on preview of the campaign or read our full interview with the game’s co-writers, Danny Homan and Sam Winkler, to hear more on the game’s story, characters, and what lies ahead for the series as a whole.
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