Your grandma’s old Commodore should be able to run it.
The more we hear about The Sims 4, the less appealing it gets. The fourth entry in EA and Maxis’s world changing series of life simulation games promises to be a complete step back and degradation of everything that made The Sims games as great as they are. But let’s give it the benefit of the doubt, and play it before we judge it, right?
Well, if you want to play it, you won’t need the most powerful rig in the world or anything. The official system requirements for the game were just released, and they’re low enough that practically any computer that’s not from the Windows XP era could run the game.
The minimum system requirements for the game are:
That’s actually a little sad, how low it is, but I guess at least this means everyone can play the game. Assuming they want to. So that’s good.