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Far Cry 2

System requirements unveiled.

Media Alert:

London, UK – August 8, 2008 – Today Ubisoft announced the minimum requirements and recommended configurations to play Far Cry 2 on the PC.

“It has always been our intention to make Far Cry 2 as accessible to everyone as possible, and we have worked continuously to optimize Far Cry 2 to achieve this goal,” said Dominic Guay, Lead Technical Director.

Far Cry 2 ships for the PC Autumn 2008. For more information, visit

Minimum requirements


Pentium 4 3.2 Ghz, Pentium D 2.66 Ghz, AMD Athlon 64 3500+ or better

Video card:

NVIDIA® 6800 or ATI®X1650 or better

Shader Model 3 required

256 Mb of graphic memory

Memory: 1 Go

Media reader: DVD-ROM



Intel® Core 2 Duo Family, AMD®64 X2 5200+, AMD® Phenom or better

Video card:

NVIDIA® 8600 GTS or better, ATI®X1900 or better

512 Mb of graphic memory

Memory: 2 Go

Sound: 5.1 sound card recommended

Media reader:


Supported Video cards:

NVIDIA® 6800, NVIDIA® 7000 series, 8000 series, 9000 series, 200 series. 8800M and 8700M supported for laptops.

ATI® X1650 – 1950 series , HD2000 series , HD3000 series , HD4000 series .

You can also find a link below for a Far Cry 2 presentation at Dreamhack, the biggest multiplayer event in Europe.

About Far Cry® 2

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About Ubisoft

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