I'm so glad I upgraded with the new year.
By Liam Gilroy on April 7, 2014 at 12:01 pm
We are less than two months away from the PC release of Watch Dogs, and so the game has now popped up on Steam, available to pre-purchase. The pc specifications have also been made official – and while they mostly match the specifications Ubisoft release last October, there is one change – to the recommended video cards list.
Yes, instead of the nVidia GTX460 and AMD Radeon HD5850 which served as the bottom rung of last year’s recommended specifications, the recommended specs now suggest an nVidia GTX560 ti or an AMD Radeon HD7850 – or better, of course. Everything else remains the same – you’ll still need at least 6GB of ram, a Quad Core processor and a 64bit Windows operating system.
As I mentioned previously, you can now pre-purchase Watch Dogs on Steam, with it costing $59.99 USD for the standard version or $69.99 for the Deluxe Edition. Both purchases come with the Blume Agent Pack, which gives you a new outfit and a recoil minimizing perk, and the Deluxe Edition comes with an hour of additional gameplay in the form of four missions, as well as several additional outfits and perks.