EA Sports also revealed that meeting the recommended requirements will allow players to reach console-level gameplay.
Madden NFL 19 was first announced back in May and since then we’ve got to see quite a bit of what the game will be bringing to fans. The game will be launching with some improvements and some new features, and this is the first time in ten years that a game in the series is being released for the PC. Now, EA Sports has shared the system requirements to run the game on PC.
EA Sports stated along with the system requirements that meeting the recommended requirements will be enough to run the game at a level that matches the game’s quality on console. However, PC gamers will be able to push the game even further depending on how powerful their system is, of course. The only real change between the minimum and recommended requirements is in terms of the required GPU, with the former requiring an NVIDIA Geforce GTX 66o or AMD Radeon RX 460 and the latter requiring an NVIDIA Geforce GTX 660 on AMD Radeon RX 460.
You can check out the full system requirements for the game below. Madden NFL 19 is set to release for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One on August 10.