Warriors to invade PCs for the first time in the west

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News by Matt S.

The Dynasty Warriors franchise has been a mainstay on consoles for some time, and as any DDNet regular knows, we love the franchise.

However, PC gamers have largely missed out on the franchise. It’s nice, but people who get hooked on it truly love it, so it’s great news that on May 13, PC gamers will finally be able to experience the Warriors franchise with a release of Dynasty Warriors 8 Xtreme Legends Complete Edition.

We reviewed this on PlayStation 4, and enjoyed it a great deal. There’s nothing being added to the PC version, though nothing really needed to be done, with 82 different characters and a mass of different gameplay modes and difficulty levels, this is the most comprehensive Warriors game yet.

PC requirements listed below. Be aware that this game is so heavy on the action that you’re going to want to play it with a gamepad:

PC minimum requirements:

ü  Operating system Windows Vista / 7/8 / 8.1,
ü  main body CPU: (i7 860 or more recommended Core)
ü  Core2Duo 2.4GHz or more
ü  Memory : 512MB of RAM or more ( 1GB or more recommended)
ü  Recommended Display : 1280X720 pixels or True Color display (can display 16:9)
ü  Hard drive space: 18GB
ü  Video card : VRAM256MB or more ( 512MB or more recommended)
ü  3D acceleration corresponding to pixel shader 3.0 and above
ü  DirectX9.0c
ü  Game Pad compatible

Anything that introduces more people to the world of Warriors gets the thumbs up from us!

– Matt S. 
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