Halo 5: Forge

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Halo 5: Forge
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Developer(s):

343 Industries
SkyBox Labs

Publisher(s):

Microsoft Game Studios

Platform(s):

Windows 10

Release date(s):

September 8, 2016

Genre(s):

First-person shooter

Mode(s):

Multiplayer
Forge

 

Halo 5: Forge, also referred to as Forge – Halo 5: Guardians Edition, is a port of Halo 5: Guardians' Forge mode to Windows 10, that was released on September 8, 2016.[1] Developed by 343 Industries and SkyBox Labs, the port will include mouse and keyboard support, 4k resolution display capability, the ability to test and play with friends, and the ability to publish custom maps and game modes to the Xbox One, and allow PC players to play custom matches with up to 16 players.[2]

System requirements[edit]

Minimum

Operating system: Windows 10 Anniversary Edition (Version 1607 or later)
DirectX: DirectX 12
CPU: Intel Core i5 at 2.3Ghz or AMD equivalent
GPU: GeForce 650 TI
VRAM: 2GB
RAM: 8GB
HDD: 40GB

Recommended (1080p @ 60 FPS)

Operating system: Windows 10 Anniversary Edition (Version 1607 or later)
DirectX: DirectX 12
CPU: Intel Core i5-3570k at 3.4Ghz or AMD equivalent
GPU: GeForce GTX 970
VRAM: 4GB
RAM: 12GB
HDD: 40GB

Ultra (4k @ 60 FPS)

Operating system: Windows 10 Anniversary Edition (Version 1607 or later)
DirectX: DirectX 12
CPU: Intel Core i7-4770k at 3.4Ghz at 3.4Ghz or AMD equivalent
GPU: GeForce 980 TI
VRAM: 6GB
RAM: 16GB
HDD: 40GB

Gallery[edit]

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ Halo Waypoint - Announcing Anvil's Legacy
  2. ^ Halo Waypoint: Forging Ahead - The Forge Experience comes to Windows 10