List Of Platforms Supported By Overwatch

Overwatch Platforms

Overwatch exists as an intersection between design and artistry. It’s a cross-road where pure tactile joy meets refined and intelligent design to create a rare spark of magic. It’s filled with intense team fights and magnificent overtime comebacks. The team building strategies can be considered as simplistic formulas which you have to look through, in order to unleash the true beauty of Overwatch’s gameplay.

Overwatch had been developed by Blizzard Entertainment and was released on 24th May 2016. Some sources refer to the game Titan (cancelled in 2014) as to have been the predecessor of this game since various concepts had been traversed.

Supported Platforms for Overwatch

Overwatch is currently supported by 3 platforms: Android, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. But this cross-platform game acts almost equally in all the available platforms. So today we will be mentioning a brief review for all the supported platforms for Overwatch, and how’s the overall performance of the game.

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  1. Microsoft Windows –

    As with a wide variety of games, Windows acts as much of an open-source among all other PC platforms. Overwatch for Windows is an extremely detailed and high-graphics game. Although it’s compatible with most of the latest PCs, we’d like to mention the minimum and recommended system requirements for running Overwatch on your Windows PC:

 

Minimum system requirements – (i) CPU: Intel Core i3 or AMD Phenom X3 8650

(up to 30 FPS)                               (ii) RAM: 4 GB

(iii) OS: Windows Vista/7/ 8/10 64-bit (latest Service Pack)

(iv) VIDEO CARD: Nvidia GeForce GTX 460, ATI Radeon HD

4850, or Intel HD Graphics 4400

(v) PIXEL SHADER: 4.0

(vi) VERTEX SHADER: 4.0

(vii) FREE DISK SPACE: 30 GB

(viii) DEDICATED VIDEO RAM: 768 MB

 

Recommended system requirements – (i) CPU: Intel Core i5 or AMD Phenom II X3, 2.8 GHz

(to run smoothly; up to 60 FPS)           (ii) RAM: 6 GB

(iii) OS: Windows Vista/7/ 8/10 64-bit (latest Service Pack)

(iv) VIDEO CARD: Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 or ATI

Radeon HD 7950

(v) PIXEL SHADER: 5.0

(vi) VERTEX SHADER: 5.0

(vii) FREE DISK SPACE: 30 GB

(viii) DEDICATED VIDEO RAM: 2 GB

  1. Xbox One –

    With a great set of characters, missions and an extremely fun-filled FPS (first person shooter) gameplay with your team, Overwatch serves a breath of fresh air for numerous gamers who’re trying to find something absolutely stunning, in the virtual world. Xbox One is one of the best gaming consoles ever made, as with an octa-core AMD custom CPU (1.75 GHz) and 8 GB DDR3 RAM (clock – 2133 MHz) it can handle almost any high-specs game.

I found playing Overwatch on Xbox One better than PC, as I experienced more FPS and totally lag-free gameplay.

  1. PlayStation 4 –

    PS4 is really good at rendering high FPS games with its 1.84 TFLOPS 8 core GPU and an AMD Jaguar single-chip processor. Playing Overwatch on PS4 will deliver you some of the true wonders of the game.

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