Nvidia’s Call of Duty: Ghosts specs aren’t actually official10 Oct 2013
Do you remember that Nvidia posted up a load of specs for Call of Duty: Ghosts the other day? Do you remember that the Recommended spec was obscenely high – specifically, citing a GeForce GTX 780, which costs about £500? Apparently, those specs weren’t official. Whew.
A Tweet from the Activision Support Twitter account, when asked if NVidia’s specs were legitimate, wrote: “Unfortunately they are not. Please stay tuned for the official requirements coming soon, thank you.”
So, just like with Watch Dogs, the specs that have been appearing before launch… aren’t the real specs. Hnng. Of course, the updated Watch Dogs specs (which still probably aren’t the “official” final specs) were somewhat higher than the old ones, so these not being real doesn’t mean much. I’d be shocked and horrified if a GeForce GTX 780 was recommended for anything other than Absolute Super Bastard graphics quality, though.
Call of Duty: Ghosts is out on 5 November. We’ll likely be bringing you a review sometime after launch.