It’s almost time to jump into the Call of Duty: Vanguard’s beta yet again, and we now know what your gaming PC will need to stand its ground. While Beenox’s PC port has the potential to shine bright on the latest RTX GPUs, you probably won’t need to revamp your rig to jump into the action.
If you’re a Call of Duty regular, you’ll already know that preparing for battle is going to involve freeing up some storage space on your SSD or HDD. Thankfully, Vanguard’s installation demands aren’t quite as outlandish as Call of Duty: Warzone’s, but you will still need to accommodate the beta’s 45GB required space.
Settings wise, Vanguard has various bells and whistles, from ultrawide gaming monitor support to uncapped frame rates and a low latency mode. Naturally, these settings are going to appeal to players wielding high spec PCs. However, if you’re sporting a slightly older build, you should still be able to join the fold.