This is an example of what a PC designed for Star Citizen could look like
In this guide , we’ve previously explained the basic requirements for the simulation game. Since then, a while has passed, and the game has changed. A gaming computer that can run Star Citizen smoothly requires much better hardware.
The scenario can be described as follows: main elements:
CPUs: A processor must also perform well. The latest generation’s Intel Core or AMD Ryzen can meet this requirement. However, the processor’s capacity isn’t the only important element.
Graphics card: A 2000 series GeForce or similar Radeon card is recommended. The minimum required by the government (graphics card with 4GB VRAM) isn’t nearly enough to allow for smooth gaming in all gaming environments.
Hard drive: It’s often mentioned how important the computer’s hard disk is for Star Citizen’s performance. Star Citizen. Therefore, it must be a quick SSD drive since this speed benefit is evident.
A computer with these features isn’t necessarily super-fast. Because it’s also all about the visual aspect, an oversized 4K screen isn’t the best option. When considering these costs, you must bear in mind that Star Citizen is still in the early stages of development. It could take many years before it is released, and the requirements are likely to be changed several times.