Latest 'Titanfall 2' News Reveals PC Requirements, Benchmarks, Visual Options

Titanfall 2 is out next month, so it’s no surprise that Respawn Entertainment just released the hardware requirements for the game. However, producer Drew McCoy released more than just the PC specs. In the same announcement, he also showed off some PC-specific features, the game’s visual options, and even some early benchmark data.

McCoy said that the minimum requirements are for playing the game at a resolution of 1600x900 with most of the options toggled on. This should give you a 60fps average when you play the game. The recommended spec is aimed at a 1920x1080 resolution with most of the visual options maxed out. However, the game supports 4K resolution at 60fps, as well.

Titanfall 2 RequirementsMinimum (1600x900, 60fps average)Recommended (1920x1080, 60fps or higher)Ultra (3840x2160, 60fps average)
CPUIntel Core i3-3600T or AMD equivalentIntel Core i5-6600 (Skylake, 3.3 GHz) or AMD equivalentIntel Core i7-6700K (Skylake, 4.0 GHz) or AMD equivalent
GPUNvidia GeForce GTX 660 / AMD Radeon HD 7850Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 / AMD RX 480Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080
RAM8GB16GB16GB
Storage45GB45GB45GB
OSWindows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (64-bit)Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (64-bit)Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (64-bit)
DirectX Version111111
InputKeyboard and mouse, or dual analog controllerKeyboard and mouse, or dual analog controllerKeyboard and mouse, or dual analog controller
Internet Connection512 Kbps or faster512 Kbps or faster512 Kbps or faster

The game's minimum spec calls for an Intel Core i3-3600T. However, a quick search revealed that no such chip exists. It appears to be a typo on McCoy's part. We contacted EA for clarification and will update as soon as possible. It's also obvious that there aren't any specified AMD CPUs on the chart, but you can always find the correct equivalent chip on our CPU hierarchy page.

You also get a sneak peek at the many visual options you can play with in the game. One thing to note (other than the six types of V-Sync options) is that if you have an ultra-wide monitor, Titanfall 2 also supports 2560x1080 and 3440x1440 resolutions. You’ll also have access to an uncapped framerate of up to 144fps and remappable key bindings. Gamepads are also supported for those of you who are more accustomed to a controller.

  • Anti-Aliasing – None, TSAA, MSAA (2x, 4x, 8x)
  • Ambient Occlusion – Enabled, Disabled
  • Aspect Ratio – 4:3, 16:9, 16:10, 21:9
  • Brightness - Slider
  • Display Mode – Fullscreen, Windowed
  • Dynamic Spot Shadows – Enabled, Disabled
  • Effects Detail – Low, Medium, High
  • FOV – Slider
  • Impact Marks – Disabled, Low, High
  • Model Detail – Low, Medium, High
  • Ragdolls – Low, Medium, High
  • Spot Shadow Detail – Disabled, Low, High, Very High
  • Sun Shadow Detail – Disabled, Low, High, Very High
  • Texture Filtering - Bilinear, Trilinear, Anisotropic (2x, 4x, 8x, 16x)
  • Texture Quality - Low, Medium, High, Very High, Insane
  • V-Sync - V-Sync Disabled, Double buffered V-sync, Triple buffered V-Sync, NVIDIA Adaptive V-Sync, NVIDIA Adaptive Half-refresh V-Sync, Dynamic V-Sync

There aren’t many studios that show off benchmarks for their games before they're released, by McCoy managed to run a few tests from a build on the studio’s server. He recorded the framerates from a two-minute multiplayer session on the game’s minimum and recommended builds, as well as an Ultra-based configuration on both full HD and 4K resolutions. Even though McCoy was able to publish the benchmark data, the final game won’t come with built-in benchmarking software.

Titanfall 2 BenchmarksMinimumRecommendedFull HD Ultra
Anti-AliasingTSAATSAATSAA
Ambient Occlusion (HBAO+)DisabledDisabledEnabled
Aspect Ration / Resolution16:9, 1600x90016:9, 1920x108016:9, 1920x1080
Display ModeFullscreenFullscreenFullscreen
Dynamic Spot ShadowEnabledEnabledEnabled
Effects DetailMediumHighHigh
Impact MarksHighHighHigh
RagdollsHighHighHigh
Spot Shadow DetailMediumHighVery High
Sun Shadow DetailMediumHighVery High
Texture FilteringAnisotropic 2xAnisotropic 16xAnisotropic 16x
Texture QualityMediumVery HighInsane
V-SyncDisabledDisabledDisabled


In addition to all this news, the team also put out a new trailer for the game today that showed off more of the chaotic and exciting pilot-based gameplay that I first saw at E3 this summer. While you wait for your Titan to drop, you’ll have to run on walls, flank enemies, set up defenses, and scale buildings in order to get the advantage over your foes and win the game.

NameTitanfall 2
TypeFirst-Person Shooter
DeveloperRespawn Entertainment
PublisherEA
Release DateOctober 28, 2016
PlatformsPC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
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