Players can use lower system requirements to play New World

Players can use lower system requirements to play New World

The hallmark of a well-made game is not how well it runs on the best hardware, but how it performs under the minimum system requirements. Although most players believe that Amazon postponed the release date of New World to fix crashes and errors, the developers stated that their intention before New World was fully released was to optimize it. Now it seems that they have gone a step further.

In terms of game file size, if players want to play New World, they need at least 50 GB of free disk space. To play New World, the minimum CPU required by players is equivalent to Intel Core i5-2400. It is recommended to use Intel Core i7-2600K to run it. The cheapest graphics card is AMD Radeon R9 280.

However, the developer just announced that the recommended CPU will be reduced to R5 1400 AF. This shows that Amazon has successfully fulfilled its New World Coins promise to optimize the game. Ryzen 5 1400 is the entry-level chip of AMD's latest Ryzen 5 series for the mainstream market. The 1400 is an economical quad-core 8-thread CPU with a base/boost clock of 3.2/3.4 GHz.

As far as system requirements are concerned, its predecessor is AMD's Ryzen 5 1600, which will be a brand new CPU with the old name of 2017. It is mainly R5 2600 because it is a slower variant series of Zen+ CPU in 2000, but the name is 1000 series.

If you are not interested in technology, you can simply think that New World can run more smoothly than before. Of course, this is not only because of lowering the Cheap New World Coins system requirements for hardware, but in fact it implies that the game itself has undergone various baptisms. As we all know, New World will be officially released in September. If players want to experience more fun in the game, they can visit NewWorldCoins immediately to accumulate a large amount of New World Coins in advance, so as to quickly improve their strength.