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Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier PC Release Date

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bill-swift - April 4, 2012

Wannabe super soldiers rejoice! Ubisoft has revealed that Ghost Recon: Future Soldier will be arriving on PC June 15 in both digital and physical form.

A quick, one-time activation will be required upon installation but afterwards, an internet connection will not be required. (the exception being online multiplayer, naturally)

The games' PC specific features include:

  • PC high standard visuals (DX11 renderer, new Hi-Quality Assets, new Post Process Effects, multi-monitor solutions support, TriDef stereoscopic support).
  • DirectX11 enhanced: Tessellation (for soft 3D models), Compute Shaders-based realistic lighting (for Global Illumination), Volumetric Fog.
  • Online Widget: Party, Friends and Ghost Feed functionality can be accessed at any moment from any screen.
  • Extended party functionality: simplified and more flexible invitation system.
  • Party text Chat.
  • Uplay Friends system
  • Fully customizable controls for the localized keyboards

Ubisoft has also released the minimum hardware requirements as well as recommended configuration, which you can check out below.

Specifications:

Minimum hardware requirements:

Supported Operating Systems: Windows® XP (with Service Pack 3)/Windows Vista® (with Service Pack 2)/ Windows 7® (with Service pack 1), both 32 bit & 64 bit versions

PROCESSOR: Intel Pentium D 3.0 Ghz or AMD Athlon64 X2 4400+ 2.2Ghz

RAM: 1GB Windows XP / 2GB Windows Vista or Windows 7

VIDEO CARD: 256 MB DirectX–compliant, Shader 4.0–enabled video card**

DIRECT X®: DirectX 9.0c

DVD-ROM DRIVE: DVD-ROM speed 4x, dual-layer drive

SOUND CARD: DirectX 9.0c – compliant sound card

HDD space : 25 GB

Recommended Configuration:

CPU: Intel Core2 Quad Q9450/ AMD Phenom II X4 940 or higher

RAM: 2 GB Windows® XP / 3 GB Windows Vista® & 7®

Graphics Card: 1024 MB DirectX–compliant, Shader 4.0–enabled video card based on nVidia GeForce GTX 460 or AMD/ATi HD 5850 or better

Source: IncGamers

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