Mirror's Edge Catalyst developer EA Dice has revealed the recommended system specifications for the game earlier this week. The developer recommends PC players to play the game on a machine that houses a whopping 16 gigabytes of RAM and preferably a quad core processor, though a dual processor is also expected to be sufficient.
Games from EA-tied developers have in the past been riddled with bugs and performance issues. The game requiring 16GB of RAM could potentially be a sign that the game will also suffer from similar issues, not allowing it to run smoothly on modern PC gaming rigs. Why the developer recommends 16GB of RAM memory is still a mystery as not further details were given. Currently very few PC games require the specified amount of memory, for the developer's previous title Starwars: Battlefront it has also recommended 16GB of RAM.
|Minimum specifications||Recommended specifications|
|Processor (Intel)||Core i3-3250||Core i7-3770 @ 3,4 GHz|
|Processor (AMD)||FX-6350||FX-8350 @ 4,0 GHz|
|GPU (Nvidia)||GeForce GTX 650 Ti 2GB||GeForce GTX 650 Ti 2GB|
|GPU (AMD)||R9 270X Radeon||R9 280X 3GB|
|Disk space||25GB||25GB or more|
|OS||Windows 7 (64-bit)||Windows 10 (64-bit)|
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