Far Cry Primal, the latest entry in Ubisoft's open-world shooter series, is out next month on the PS4 and Xbox One. PC gamers have to wait till March 1 to get their hands on it. Till then, publisher Ubisoft has divulged what you need to run the game on PC.
(Also see: Far Cry Primal Will Take You to the Stone Age)
Ubisoft also states that laptop versions of the aforementioned graphic cards may work, but are not officially supported. In terms of specifications though, it's a whole lot more lenient on PCs compared to another anticipated release, Rise of the Tomb Raider.
The first Far Cry game was a story-driven affair that had you rescuing a journalist from an island replete with mercenaries and mutants. Since then, we've seen the series take on a host of different scenarios. From hunting down warlords in a realistic take on Africa to the absolutely bonkers, 80s sci-fi themed Far Cry Blood Dragon, there's been no setting left untouched. Which brings us to Far Cry Primal.
Ubisoft announced that the next entry in the series will have you in the Stone Age - 10,000 BC to be exact. It's set in the inhospitable land of Oros and you'll don the role of Takkar, a hunter. You'll hunt for food, craft weapons and items, and fight against other tribes. It's an odd turn for the series but one Ubisoft is confident of. Thankfully, we won't have to wait too long to find out if it's any good.