Overwatch 2 system requirements
To find out if your gaming PC can run Overwatch, please review the minimum and required system requirements below. You also need to know what specifications your gaming computer has. To find it, see our system spec guide here.
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Overwatch is a Team-based Multiplayer FPS, Released in May 2016, suitable for Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC, developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment. There are over 30 heroes to choose from, and each hero has a unique play style. Players can work together to protect and defend checkpoints and escort the payload across the map in a limited time. Since the launch of Overwatch, Blizzard has released many additional characters, maps, and game modes for free.
Excluding Battle Royale type games, Overwatch is currently one of the most popular FPS games. Additionally, Blizzard is constantly introducing new content. In terms of system requirements, Overwatch is relatively low. The focus is on the GPU. The minimum requirement emphasizes that the integrated graphics card, such as the Intel HD 4400 graphics card, can run games, so most people don't have to worry about that. However, running a game with the most basic settings is very different from trying to play a game with a competitive and smooth FPS. In addition, please make sure you have enough HD space. Although 30GB may not seem like a lot, for gamers like me, once multiple games are installed, HD space will soon be consumed!
If you want to build or upgrade your gaming PC to run Overwatch, we recommend the following specifications:
You can check our $400 version and our $500 version, they will crush Overwatch. We can continue to recommend a more expensive version, but for games like Overwatch, this is not necessary. AMD Ryzen APUs with integrated Vega 8 or Vega 11 graphics cards are fully capable of handling this game. If you combine it with 8GB DDR4 RAM and 2.5-inch SSD running at 3200Mhz or higher, then you can easily run games smoothly at 1080P and 70+ FPS.