This weekend the Activision Store was updated with official system requirements for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. It seems that those specs weren't exactly final, though.
The Activision Store listing for Advanced Warfare has since been updated to remove most of the system requirements initially reported. Now the only requirements mentioned are Windows 7 or 8 64-Bit, and DirectX 11. The company suggested that Twitter that the system requirements they initially announced were wrong:
The development team's hoping to make the performance of the PS4, PC and Xbox One versions as even as possible. Hoping and doing are two different things, though, so we'll see. I believe Sledgehammer when they say they want to make the different versions similar in quality, though. Lord knows they have the money and manpower to have a fighting chance. Also, Activision doesn't have much incentive to piss off one group of gamers or another.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will launch on all platforms on November 4th. You can get your first look at the game's multiplayer tomorrow afternoon.
Which version of Advance Warfare is going to look the best?