We are one of the most important games for both Xbox and PC for this year. And it is that the saga of the master chief reaches its seventh installment since its inception of the first Microsoft console twenty years ago with a new installment that promises to be one of the bombings of this year. What are the requirements for Halo Infinite on PC?
With the launch of the Halo Infinite beta, Microsoft has updated the requirements of Halo Infinite for PC, that is why we give you the updated information on what is necessary to play this new installment of this classic First Person Shooter.
Halo Infinite requirements on PC
Obviously, to play a game on PC we have to make sure it works and the Halo Infinite requirements are as follows:
- If we want to play at a minimum, it is enough to have a AMD Ryzen 5 1600 or a Intel Core i5-4440 as CPU accompanied by 8 GB memory, as for the GPU, a Radeon RX 570 or one GeForce GTX 1050 Ti henceforth with 4 GB of VRAM.
- To play with the graphics in medium quality the minimum processor is a AMD Ryzen 5 2600 or a Intel Core i5-9500 more than 8 GB RAM and any graphics card with more than 6 GB of VRAM.
- The recommended requirements, to play in high visual quality, are a AMD Ryzen 7 3700X or a Intel Core i7-9700X and a graphics card RX 5700 XT or one RTX 2070 or equivalents with more than 8GB video memory. Regarding the RAM the requirements are of 16 GB.
- Now to play in Ultra we will need a AMD Ryzen 9 5900X or a Intel Core i9-11900K accompanied by the latest generation of GPUs from NVIDIA and AMD with a minimum 10GB of VRAM.
The game asks 50 GB of storage for installation and have Windows 10 updated to the latest version. We hope you can play Halo Infinite smoothly and at the highest possible quality on your PC and enjoy the new installment of the Master Chief.
You can now enjoy its multiplayer for free
Although the official launch of the game, at least in its campaign mode and, therefore, for a single player, is for next December 8 on both PC and Xbox. The 343 Studios game can now be played for free on both PC and Xbox in multiplayer mode and does not require a subscription to Microsoft’s Game Pass. So if you want to play some competitive games against your friends then it is a good opportunity, especially to take the stress out of your day-to-day life.
The multiplayer mode of Halo Infinite is more traditional and has nothing to do with Battle Royale like PUBG or Fortnite, so if you enjoy this type of game we recommend you play some games. At the end of the day you will not have to pay anything and it does not have the problems of Counter Strike: Global Offensive.