Submitted by illnoize 714d ago | news

Call of Duty: Ghost Will Require a 64-bit OS on PC

It’s been a long time coming, but it looks like the few who doggedly stick to Windows XP or any other 32-bit OS are finally getting left behind. Call of Duty: Ghost will require a 64-Bit OS, as well as some other steep requirements like 6GBs or RAM and 40GBs of hard drive space. (Call of Duty: Ghosts, PC)

zeal0us  +   714d ago
Well I never heard someone making an dedicated gaming and using the 32-bit version of Windows. 64-bit seems to be go to choice if you dedicating your machine to gaming.
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The_Truth_24_7  +   714d ago
NarooN  +   714d ago
Steep requirements for such a terrible-looking (by today's standards) game.
bryam1982  +   714d ago
Uppps Time to upgrade the pc again and again lol

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