With recent addition of Valorant into the FPS world, many pc gamers wants a hands on experience of it. Valorant would not be a hefty task for your rig to handle unlike many AAA titles. Most computers will be able to run the game quite effortlessly and get those ample FPS. Before checking out the game you must first know what are Valorant system requirements.
Valorant is a CPU dependent game and wouldn’t rely much on your graphic card. Those with old generations graphic cards would still be able to play the game but for competitive edge you still might need new hardware for your pc. These are the requirements stated by Riot for you to allow having fun while playing Valorant.
1. PC Requirements for Valorant
Valorant promises some good FPS, even to low-end computers. Checkout Valorant system requirements below :
I. Hardware Requirements
- Windows 7/8/10 64-bit
- 4 GB RAM
- 1 GB VRAM
i. Minimum Specs/ 30 FPS
- CPU : Intel Core 2 Duo E8400
- GPU : Intel HD 4000
ii. Recommended Specs/ 60 FPS
- CPU : Intel i3-4150
- GPU : GeForce GT 730
iii. High-End Specs/ 144+ FPS
- CPU : Intel i5-4460 3.2GHZ
- GPU : GTX 1050 Ti
The more the FPS you can get based on your pc, the better the chances of you performing in-game.
These were the requirements for your pc to be able to run Valorant. Happy playing!
2. About Valorant
Valorant is a 5v5 character based FPS shooter title published by Riot Games for Windows, that has been constantly giving neck to neck competition to already well established CS-GO. In October 2019, the game was first launched under the name Project A, and on April 7, 2020, it launched a private beta program with restricted access for players, followed by an official release on June 2, 2020.
It has been gaining huge popularity lately, many e-sports orgs have already set up their Valorant lineups and are looking forward to win titles.