H1Z1 system requirements are published

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The release of the H1Z1 game in Early Access is just around the corner, and the upcoming survival horror has got the official Steam page finally. Let us remind you that the project’s launch in this program will take place on January 15th. Also, the developers have shared the H1Z1 system requirements. As usual, two types of the parameters have been revealed.

The first H1Z1 system requirements - the minimum ones - are the following:

  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit;
  • Processor: Intel i3 Dual-Core, the Hyper-Threading technology is required;
  • RAM: 4GB;
  • DirectX 10;
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 275 or better;
  • Sound card must be compatible with DirectX;
  • Hard Drive: 20GB of free space;
  • Broadband Internet connection.

Here are the next H1Z1 system requirements - the recommended ones:

  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit;
  • Processor: Intel i5 Quad Core or AMD Phenom II X6, or better;
  • RAM: 8GB;
  • DirectX 10;
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 or AMD HD 6870, or better;
  • Sound card: compatible with DirectX;
  • Hard Drive: 20GB of available space;
  • Broadband Internet connection.
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Now, the players are able to purchase two versions of the H1Z1 game. The Standard Edition is priced at $19.99 and includes access to the project, 3 tickets to the events, which will take place in the survival horror, 2 chests with different items and a key to one box. The Premium Edition costs $39.99 and contains an exclusive instruction on how to create an aviator’s hat, 25 passes to the events, 4 keys and 6 chests, 3 airdrop tickets as well as access to the project.

By the way, there’s more good news for those who anticipate the release of H1Z1 game. Earlier, it was reported that at launch - on January 15th - only 50 servers will be available. However, today, the president of Sony Online Entertainment - John Smedley - has written in his Twitter account that the amount of the servers will increase to 150-200. It means that the players shouldn’t face any problems with the queues.