World of Warcraft Legion System Specifications Revealed; GTX 750 Ti/FX 6300 Recommended
Blizzard has revealed the minimum and recommended system specifications for World of Warcraft Legion.
The specifications were published overnight on Blizzard's support site for World of Warcraft. The official article from Blizzard can be read here.
Both the minimum and recommended specs have been included below:
Intel CPU: Intel Core2 Duo E6600 increased to Intel Core2 Duo E8500
AMD CPU: AMD Phenom X3 8750 increased to AMD Phenom II X3 720
Drive Space: 35 GB increased to 45 GB.
Nvidia GPU: 8800 GT increased to GT 440
AMD GPU: Radeon HD 4850 increased to Radeon HD 5670
Intel GPU: HD Graphics 3000 increased to HD Graphics 5000
Operating System: Windows 7, 8, or 10 increased to Windows 10.
Intel CPU: Intel Core i5-2400 increased to Intel Core i5-3330
AMD CPU: AMD FX-4100 increased to AMD FX-6300
Nvidia GPU: GTX 470 increased to GTX 750 Ti
AMD GPU: Radeon HD 5870 increased to R7 260X
Overall, specifications for the upcoming Legion expansion have been increased. For instance, for Legion a GT440 or HD 5670 is now required to be able to play the title. Blizzard recommends a GTX 750 Ti or RT 260X. For the previous WoW expansion, Warlords of Draenor, Blizzard advised a 8800GT or HD 4850, while a GTX 470 or HD 5870 was recommended.
World of Warcraft Legion will feature a new continent called 'The Broken Isles', and will include the new 'Demon Hunter Class'.
Brave the epicenter of the demon invasion—the Broken Isles, a land rich with ancient wonders. Explore lush forests, colossal mountain ranges, and night elven cities older than human civilization. But native dangers lurk here too: twisted satyrs, savage drogbar, and cursed Kvaldir prowl the Isles alongside the Legion's marauding army. To overcome these threats, you will claim a Class Hall unique to your character class and lead your followers on a hunt for the Pillars of Creation—the secret to Azeroth's salvation.
Legion is scheduled to be released this year, probably on or before September 21st.