Jedi Fallen Order, a new Star Wars video game, will appear in around a month. Electronic Arts has now published information about the hardware required for PC gamers. In order to be able to play the title, hardware is simply sufficient; the gaming PC with the recommended requirements offers a better experience. Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order will be released on November 15th for PC, Xbox One and Playstation 4. 

The developers of Respawn Entertainment have announced the system requirements for the new Star Wars game Jedi Fallen Order via Electronic Arts Games launcher Origin. The minimum hardware requirements are extremely moderate.

Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order runs on moderate hardware

Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order will likely run on a variety of computers. The game is content with an Intel Core i3 3220 or an AMD FX-6100 as well as a graphics card of the types Nvidia Geforce GTX 650 or an AMD Radeon HD 7750. Eight gigabytes of RAM are sufficient for the start. 

In order to get Fallen Order running in high resolution and with graphic gimmicks, the power recommends at least an Intel Core i7 6700k or an AMD Ryzen 7 1700 and a GTX 1070 (alternatively a RX Vega 56), in addition 16 GB of RAM are required. The game occupies around 55 GB of memory on the hard drive. The title runs under DirectX 11, DirectX 12 is probably not supported. 

Jedi Fallen Order is a pure solo action game set in the Star Wars universe and sends players across the galaxy in the role of Cal Kestis. The player is accompanied by the droid BD-One. Another well-known main character in the game is the Jedi Knight Cere. The adventure begins for players on the brand new planet Bracca and then continues as part of a cohesive story campaign.

Too many details are not known about Jedi Fallen Order. However, the action RPG comes up with a brand new story. Cal Kestis needs to find an item or something else "important to the Empire."

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Puzzle mechanics have also been suggested. Overall, however, the current trailer reveals little - apart from the fact that Cal will also compete against gigantic opponents, including a gigantic bat. At the core of the gameplay are not only the use of power skills, but also light fights.

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