Medal of Honor: Warfighter System Requirements – PC

Medal of Honor Warfighter System requirementsEA Studios has been working on one of the most popular FPS games of their franchise. They’re currently developing Medal of Honor: Warfighter, the fourteenth installment in the MoH series which will be released on October 23, 2012.

Medal of Honor Warfighter will contain a new story line, high definition graphics and physics based on Dice’s Frosbite engine (same as Battlefield 3). Medal of Honor 2 will require slightly high-end PC’s to run smoothly without any lags. Check it’s recommended system specifications to check whether your PC is able to handle it or not.

Medal of Honor – Warfighter System Requirements (Windows):

Processor: 2.2 GHz Intel Dual core or AMD equivalent with 2.4 MB cache
Memory: 2GB Ram
Graphics: DirectX10 compatible 512MB video card with Pixel Shader 3.0
Operating system: Windows Vista
Hard Disk: 8GB Free Space
Broadband Internet Connection

Processor: 2.4 GHz Intel Quad Core or AMD equivalent or higher.
Memory: 4 GB of Ram
Graphics: Nvidia 400 series or ATI Radeon 5000 series video card with 1GB memory.
OS: Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (64-bit)

It’s a real shame that this game does not support older operating system such as Windows XP. A huge percentage of world’s computers are still using it. If you really want to play Medal of Honor Warfighter, you gotta switch to Windows Vista at least. Tell us if your current gaming rig can run this game on max graphics!

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  • Well that sucks. I pre-ordered this game way back in March or April on Amazon and now I gotta cancel my pre-order and just pirate the game from somewhere since every game I have ever tried under windows vista/7 has ran like crap compared to XP and I certainly won’t pay a for laggy Windows 7 experience. I don’t care what bs reviewers say, Windows XP still is #1 when it comes to 3D acceleration and pure smoothness. I still have yet to see any game that works perfectly on XP, run nearly as good on windows 7. I will never make any OS above XP my primary operating system especially because of privacy issues and lack of 3D performance. I would rather buy my Windows XP license twice than switch to something that feels less private and unfamiliar.

  • jethru commented on October 24, 2012 at 1:31 pm


    @Bill yup same here buddy,XP forever

  • Predator commented on April 9, 2013 at 10:25 am


    These manufacturers really do not realize that would make more money if they bring out a version for XP than for suckass windows 7

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