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FIFA 19 PC System Requirements Leak Online, Can Your PC Run It?

Pretty much everything about FIFA 19 is leaked by now, giving players more information on what to expect when the game officially releases next month. In the latest news, the FIFA 19 PC System Requirements have leaked online, with some of its minimum specs being “frightening” if they are legit.

The Chinese source ItHome has revealed the FIFA 19 PC system requirements, giving us a first look at the game’s power. As you’ll be able to see down below for yourself, FIFA 19 is not very demanding in terms of CPU and VRAM power, however, it releases with a “hunger” for RAM, since it requires a minimum of 8GB.

If you don’t own a high-end PC then you are probably in for 8 to 16GB of RAM in total. That means that for you to be able to play FIFA 19 smoothly you need at least 10GB of RAM, even if your GPU is a low-end 2GB one.

Additionally, you can see from the FIFA 19 PC system requirements that the game weighs in at approximately 50GB, which may be fair for a 2018 title but it looks like a bit too much for a sports title of its caliber.

Here are the leaked FIFA 19 PC system requirements:

Minimum configuration:

  • System: Windows 7/8.1/10, 64 bit
  • CPU: i3-2100 @ 3.1GHz or AMD Phenom II X4 965 @ 3.4 GHz
  • Memory: 8GB
  • Graphics card: GTX 460 or R7 260
  • DX: 11
  • Hard disk: at least 50GB
  • Input: keyboard mouse, handle

Installation and play need to be connected

Recommended configuration:

  • System: Windows 10, 64 bit
  • CPU: i3 6300t
  • Memory: 8GB
  • Graphics card: GTX 670 or R9 270x
  • DX: 12
  • Hard disk: at least 50GB
  • Input: keyboard mouse, handle

Installation and play need to be connected

FIFA 19 is a soccer simulator in development at EA Sports for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch and is scheduled to launch on September 26, 2018. If you are living in Europe, then check out those new PlayStation 4 bundles featuring FIFA 19 in different editions each.