The French publisher Ubisoft has announced the system requirements of Far Cry Primal. The minimum system requirements are, with an Intel Core i3-550 or AMD Phenom II X4 955 processor, at the same level or slightly lower than that of Far Cry 4.
Among the other minimum system requirements include 4GB of RAM and a Nvidia GeForce GTX 460 and AMD Radeon HD 5770 or a similar video card. Along with the required processor, these requirements ensure that the minimum requirements for Far Cry Primal remain modest. The game has roughly the same system requirements as Far Cry 4, the game that appeared at the end of 2014. The recommended system requirements are, with an Intel Core i7-2600K or AMD FX-8350 and a Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 or AMD Radeon R9 280X equal to or slightly higher than what was recommended for Far Cry 4, as did Ubisoft announced via its blog.
Besides the system requirements, Ubisoft also announced that Far Cry Primal has no multiplayer and will not contain cooperative gameplay. Ubisoft employee Jason Paradise told on the Steam forums that the gameplay had to be firmly adjusted compared to other Far Cry games. Therefore, the team decided to fully focus on the single player experience. In the single-player gameplay, gamers can choose to disable the HUD. Ubisoft confirmed that Thursday in a live stream on Far Cry Primal.
|Minimum system requirements||Recommended system requirements|
|Processor (Intel)||Core i3-550||Core i7-2600K|
|Processor (AMD)||Phenom II X4 955||FX-8350|
|GPU (Nvidia)||GeForce GTX 460||GeForce GTX 780|
|GPU (AMD)||Radeon HD 5770||1GB R9 280X|
|Disk space||At least 20GB||At least 20GB|
|Operating system||Windows 7 8.1 10 (64-bit)||Windows 7 8.1 10 (64-bit)|