Ubisoft has introduced official program requirements for the Far Cry 6 PC version, as well as the most important shooting options and gameplay features for this version of the open world shooter. This includes full application tracking support, a package with stunning sharp textures, and a photo mode.
The PC version of Far Cry 6 is being developed in Ubisoft Kiev in collaboration with teams in Toronto and Montreal and with other companies such as AMD. Artists with the right equipment benefit from unlimited frame rate, ray detection for realistic reflection of reflections and shadows, support for wide screens and settings with multiple monitors as well as AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution.
As seen from Ubisoft, graphics can be customized in many ways using several program options, including preview function and dream layout that helps find the best programs for your PC. If you want, you can also download the optional HD texture – an impressive 37GB. In Photo Mode, special moments in the game can be recorded and enhanced with commands. Controls can, arbitrarily, be set freely via game pad or keyboard / mouse; Full-on functionality, ambient noise and special conditions for multiple colors make the barrier shooter unobtrusive.
Along with the promotion, Ubisoft has also released the minimum system requirements recommended for Far Cry 6. As noted, Windows 10 (20H1 or later) is a must, and you must have at least AMD Ryzen 3 1200 / Intel i5-4460 And AMD RX 460 / Nvidia GTX 960, 8 GB of RAM and 60 GB of free hard disk space. To play at a higher resolution, with more FPS and ray tracing enabled, a much more powerful application is definitely needed. The actual questions can be seen in the screenshot.
Far Cry 6 will be released on October 7, 2021 in addition to PC for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X / S.
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