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Steam has revealed the system requirements for the PC version of NBA 2K15. It will cost you $59.99.

For those of you that aren't aware, the PC version will feature everything the PS4 and Xbox One version has.


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# 1 mzelenicro @ 08/21/14 03:26 PM
wow, this is really helpful, they could've been more specific.


i have the recommended specs for graphics and RAMs but my processor is only dual core

i hope i'll be able to play on medium 720p atleast
 
# 2 seanbarkley @ 08/21/14 03:34 PM
Not well optimized...at all!

I7 or better?? we may need a quantic processor to max it out!
 
# 3 ghettog @ 08/21/14 03:48 PM
I have an i5 and a 1gb DirectX 11 video card. So I guess I might fall on the medium settings side of things. Which is fine as long as I can play it. Also I guess it means 50gb install not 50mb. Pretty big. Definitely bigger than any game i've ever installed. Usually PC games are in between 10 and 25 gigs. I am gonna have to free up a lot of space to install it.
 
# 4 SimBaller @ 08/21/14 03:50 PM
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Originally Posted by seanbarkley
Not well optimized...at all!
Big words for a next gen game that runs on a 7-year old processor.
 
# 5 TemplateR @ 08/21/14 04:14 PM
Wow..............only needed a new graphic card for (perhaps) high-settings.
Damn I must get rid of my GTS 450 xD
 
# 6 seanbarkley @ 08/21/14 04:21 PM
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Originally Posted by SimBaller
Big words for a next gen game that runs on a 7-year old processor.

Well I guess it all depends on the I7 model we are dealing with here, or if with a 7 yo I7 we can max the game out without bottlenecking the GPU power.

I think that an I7 is fair for an open world game like watch dogs or The Witcher, but for a sports game IMO an I5 should be more than enough, most of all knowing that it is the recommended CPU for next gen games with awesome graphics like Assassins Creed 4.

I'm quite sure that an i5 3570k is much more powerful than X1 and PS4 CPUs right?
 
# 7 myownsun @ 08/21/14 05:23 PM
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Originally Posted by seanbarkley
Well I guess it all depends on the I7 model we are dealing with here, or if with a 7 yo I7 we can max the game out without bottlenecking the GPU power.

I think that an I7 is fair for an open world game like watch dogs or The Witcher, but for a sports game IMO an I5 should be more than enough, most of all knowing that it is the recommended CPU for next gen games with awesome graphics like Assassins Creed 4.

I'm quite sure that an i5 3570k is much more powerful than X1 and PS4 CPUs right?
By leaps and bounds!
 
# 8 JBulls @ 08/21/14 05:35 PM
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Originally Posted by SimBaller
Big words for a next gen game that runs on a 7-year old processor.
Can you give us recommended specs for running everything maxed out at 1080p 60fps?
 
# 9 BrianFifaFan @ 08/21/14 06:24 PM
I'm good.
i7 3770k
32gb ddr3 240gb ssd, with a 150gb partition set aside for this and Fifa.
GTX 690. Bring it!

And my handy 360 controller for PC, forgot that!
 
# 10 BrianFifaFan @ 08/21/14 06:53 PM
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Originally Posted by brooklynkid
Im 100% ready.

Bring it on 2k!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcPwG014bpc
Lovely! I'm thinking of trading in my 690 on a Titan Black. I'm stuck with a single slot and the 690 did the trick for gaming. But it stinks at Blender. Two of them? Oh, that would be awesome!
 
# 11 Goffs @ 08/21/14 06:58 PM
My i5 2500k should handle it! I'm more excited with this release than any other game on October.
 
# 12 Muzyk23 @ 08/21/14 07:41 PM
I'm sure this game will be playable on high settings on many configurations.
 
# 13 Jakeness23 @ 08/21/14 07:47 PM
Okay, I'm getting this for PS4, but just for my own knowledge, how does my PC stack up?

Operating System- Windows 8
Processor Speed- 3.40 GHz
Memory- 8 GB RAM
Hard Drive Capacity- 500 GB
Graphics Processing Type- Radeon HD 7600
Processor Type- AMD A 10-5700
Audio- RealTek High Definition Audio
 
# 14 Joman66 @ 08/21/14 08:14 PM
What the what? How do I compare my 6 core AMD to this? My 550 is good enough imo but it's about my processor.
 
# 15 jersez @ 08/21/14 09:56 PM
I have everything outside the CPU and gpu with a i3-3220 and 1gb 7850 but I play on 1680x1050 but I think I'll
Still Upgrade for future games
 
# 16 clipperfan811 @ 08/21/14 11:06 PM
Looking forward this and it's nice to know I won't have an issue with medium settings, still though, I've been eyeing a R9280 or R9280X.

I kept debating moving back to the consoles but I'd go through serious modding withdrawals.
 
# 17 BigTone1970 @ 08/21/14 11:33 PM
If it's gonna cost the same as the console version, I think it's pointless to buy it for the PC.
 
# 18 Scott @ 08/21/14 11:34 PM
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Originally Posted by BigTone1970
If it's gonna cost the same as the console version, I think it's pointless to buy it for the PC.
You won't be saying that when you see all the mods that'll be done.
 
# 19 Cod @ 08/22/14 12:08 AM
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Originally Posted by BigTone1970
If it's gonna cost the same as the console version, I think it's pointless to buy it for the PC.
I'm pretty sure GMG will have a 10%-20% off voucher for this game prior to release. Also, even if they don't, it will be on sale by Christmas.

Also, like the poster above me, the mod alone will make the PC version worth it.

EDIT: Coupon already exists. GMG + Z4364W-7MR5WA-N5BCOO and you'll get the game for $48.00!
 
# 20 Goffs @ 08/22/14 12:08 AM
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Originally Posted by BigTone1970
If it's gonna cost the same as the console version, I think it's pointless to buy it for the PC.
LOL NO
 


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