Ubisoft has published the PC system requirements for running Assassin’s Creed Mirage when it is released on October 5th, and what’s needed isn’t actually all that intense. If you’re eager to explore the detailed city of Baghdad in Mirage and you’re planning to do so on PC, it looks like you won’t need all that stupendous a rig.
In a helpful infographic, Ubisoft clarified what’s needed in a gaming PC to successfully run Assassin’s Creed Mirage, breaking it down into four tiers:
At the minimum, Ubisoft says that players can run Assassin’s Creed Mirage at 1080p 30 FPS with just a GeForce GTX 1060 and an i7-4790K – and 8 GB of RAM. It was also revealed that the install size on PC is expected to be around 40 GB, which is a welcome change from recent titles in the series – Valhalla went as high as 150 GB with extra content added on.
At the highest level – Ultra – players will need a GeForce 3080, Intel i5-11600K (or the AMD equivalents) and 16 GB of RAM. That’s not that bad!
Assassin’s Creed Mirage isn’t supposed to be a monumental game with hours upon hours of content – it has been stressed that, for most gamers, it’ll be finished in less than twenty hours. It’s a return to form for the franchise, with Ubisoft dropping back to the single-city model, bringing about a smaller, denser game and dropping some of the heavy RPG elements found in the series since 2017’s Origins.
Are you excited about Assassin’s Creed Mirage? It’ll be released globally on October 5th.