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Terminator: Resistance's PC Requirements Won't Require A Judgment Day

One of the themes of the Terminator film franchise is preparing for the inevitable apocalypse. For weeks since the reveal of Terminator: Resistance, many PC gamers were wondering if they were living in a Terminator-Esque timeline. No matter what you did, it seemed like judgment day was coming for your rig. Thankfully, that has turned out to be the exact opposite of reality (kind of similar to the existence of Dark Fate, the upcoming sequel).

As revealed on the official Steam pageResistance has some fairly modest system requirements. If you're looking to simply play the game, you won't need much more than a Core i3 - 4160 and an Nvidia GTX 1050. That's a pretty cheap machine to build, unlike the CG being used to make Arnold Schwarzenegger look robotic. I guess the machines aren't rising up just yet.

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Source: Reef Entertainment

Here are the specifications you'll need to get the minimum experience with Terminator: Resistance.

MINIMUM:

OS: Windows 7/8/10 64-bit

Processor: Intel Core i3 4160 @ 3.6GHz/AMD FX 8350 @ 4.0GHz or better

Memory: 8 GB RAM

Graphics: Nvidia GTX 1050/AMD RX 560 or better

DirectX: Version 11

Storage: 32 GB available space

Sound Card: DirectX compatible soundcard or onboard chipset

Additional Notes: Estimated for 1080p 60fps at medium settings

Here's the machine you're looking at to max out your future war experience.

RECOMMENDED:

OS: Windows 7/8/10 64-bit

Processor: Intel Core i5 8400 @ 2.8GHz/AMD Ryzen 5 2600 @ 3.4GHz or better

Memory: 8 GB RAM

Graphics: Nvidia GTX 1070/AMD RX 590 or better

DirectX: Version 11

Storage: 32 GB available space

Sound Card: DirectX compatible soundcard or onboard chipset

Additional Notes: Estimated for 1440p and higher, 60fps with high or epic settings

Whether or not the game can live up to its franchises storied history is another matter entirely. Visually, the title doesn't scream next-generation. It's better than past attempts at movie tie-in games, but this looks like a low budget affair. Some people are going to be okay with that, especially since a Terminator game hasn't existed since Terminator: Salvation on Xbox 360 and PS3. Having these walking metal skeletons return to gaming is a big deal, putting aside how they've appeared in other big hits this year (Mortal Komabt 11, Gears 5, and soon Ghost Recon Breakpoint). Maybe this can be the game to finally welcome Terminator into our lives.

Source: WCCFTech

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