The Fractured But Whole: Vier Rechenkerne für South-Park-Comicgrafik

Although Ubisoft’s South Park’s The Fractured But Whole mimics the visual style of the series, the savings graphics do not necessarily reflect the system requirements.

Minimum system requirements

Officially set by Ubisoft for a resolution of 720p with low detail settings at 60 frames per second a processor with four cores. The core i5-2400 are from the Sandy Bridge generation and AMD’s FX-4320 with bulldozer architecture.

However, as measured by the AMD processor, a Core i3 will also provide sufficient computing power – CPU specifications are notoriously high, as the articles on Codemasters Dirt 4 (benchmarks) and the Ryzen 3 (test) have used again.

It also includes six gigabytes of memory, a 64-bit operating system from Windows 7, and a graphics card on the performance level of AMD’s Radeon HD 7850 or an almost ancient GeForce GTX 560 Ti from 2011, each with two gigabytes of video memory. Ubisoft also cites modern counterparts of these cards; The information can be found in the following overview.


Recommended System Requirements

To play the game in 1080p resolution and high detail settings at 60 fps, a higher-clocked four-core processor of the hit of a Core i5-4790K or AMD FX-8350 with eight threads is set. According to the manufacturer, eight gigabytes of RAM and an AMD Radeon R9 280X or Nvidias GeForce GTX 670 are also optimal, both of which are no longer a deafening mid-class of the GPU 2013 and 2014 series.

Ubisoft wants to publish the rolling game after several shifts on October 17, 2017 on the Xbox One, the PlayStation 4 and Windows PCs.




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