Rocket Arena PC requirements – minimum and recommended specs

What setup do I need to run Rocket Arena?

Rocket Arena PC requirements minimum recommended specs

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Rocket Arena blasts its way onto PC on July 14. It’s also coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but PC gamers won’t concern themselves with that unless their friends want to play with them via Rocket Arena‘s cross-play feature.

For those who will be playing EA’s 3-on-3- shooter — whether via Origin or Steam — you’ll want to know what system requirements are needed to run it. We’ll give you a rundown of the minimum and recommended PC specifications for Rocket Arena, so let’s waste no more time and hop to it.

Rocket Arena minimum PC specifications

  • Operating system – Windows 7 64-bit
  • Processor (AMD) – Phenom X3 8650 or better
  • Processor (Intel) – Core i3 or better
  • Memory – 4 GB
  • Graphics card (AMD) – Radeon HD 4850 or better
  • Graphics card (Nvidia) – GeForce GTX 460 or better
  • DirectX – DirectX 11 or equivalent
  • Disk space – 30 GB

For those who might be confused about the processor and graphics card requirements, you only need one of each. So, for example, you’ll need to check that your computer setup has an AMD processor and an AMD graphics card, or an Intel processor and Nvidia graphics card. You won’t require both processors and cards to run Rocket Arena.

Rocket Arena recommended PC specifications

  • Operating system – Windows 10 64-bit
  • Processor (AMD) – Phenom II X3 or better
  • Processor (Intel) – Core i5 or better
  • Memory – 6 GB
  • Graphics card (AMD) – Radeon RX 480 or better
  • Graphics card (Nvidia) – GeForce GTX 1060 or better
  • DirectX – DirectX 11 or equivalent
  • Disk space – 30 GB

As you may have guessed, running Rocket Arena at its optimum levels will require better specifications. You’ll certainly need Windows 10 64-bit, a better processor, a better graphics card, and more memory.

Without those, you’ll fall towards the minimum specs area of the scale. Also, depending on what your setup is like, you could fall between the minimum and recommended specifications. That means you’ll be able to run it slightly better if you have a better setup than the minimum specs, but not as good as someone with the recommended ones.