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Jump Force Technical specs for PC gamers

Usman Ali Ramay

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Jump Force Fighting game

So, you like fighting games, we know that, I mean why else would you be reading this article. Fighting games are making a huge come back and aside from Battle Royale, this genre is banging out one hit after another. We all know what Netherrelam Studios is up to with the Mortal Kombat 11 and now we are getting Kill la Kill IF game based on manga/ anime series straight out of Japan. Jump Force is already making its name in the world as it is gaining notoriety among the seasoned and casual gamers.

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We have been receiving unveils of characters each passing months as the roaster is getting bigger and bigger and some of the biggest names out of manga/ anime series are part of this epic stick-pounder.

This article is all about what you would require in your system to be able to play this game on your PC, because if you are a professional player, or want to become one, then PC gaming is the only way to get those timings right or the pros will eat you alive.

So, without a waiting any further, let’s get to it and see what sort of guts your PC requires to be able to take a punch or two.

Both minimum and maximum settings require 64-bit processor and operating system

To run the game at minimum allotted settings, your PC requires:

Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit OS required)

Intel Core i5-2300, 2.80 GHz / AMD A 10-7850 K, 3.70 GHz

4 GB RAM

GeForce GTX 660 Ti, 3 GB / Radeon HD 7950, 3 GB

Version 11

Broadband Internet connection

17 GB available space

Direct X compatible sound-card or on-board chip set

 

To run the game at buttery smooth and maximum graphics, your PC requires:

Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit OS required)

Intel Core i7-6700 / AMD Ryzen 5 1400

8 GB RAM

GeForce GTX 1060 / Radeon R9 Fury

Version 11

Broadband Internet connection

17 GB available space

Direct X compatible sound-card or on board chip set

Not over the top though and doable for most of us out there. If you look at the GTX 660 is quite an old GPU and in case you have an old laptop or tower sitting in your garage, then you can just dust them off and plug them in and get to punching and kicking.

Modern games are getting better and better and with the time let us hope that by the time the full game comes out, we get to play it on cross platforms and everywhere in the world.

 

 

I have an M.B.B.S under my belt and absolutely adore writing, which is proving to be more than a hobby lately. My content writing is focused mainly on gaming, technology, automotive industry and Entertainment.

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