Electronic Arts has revealed the minimum system requirements, saying that all PhysX content is optional.
Those of you who've been eagerly awaiting the PC release of Mirror's Edge
will be glad to see the official announcement of the minimum system requirements today, listed below.
The reveal comes with news from Electronic Arts that the PhysX content being built into the game especially for the PC version is entirely optional, so you don't need to worry about having the latest hardware to run it. EA also confirmed that it would not be shipping a level editor with the PC release.
Electronic Arts was one of a number of companies, along with 2K Games, which yesterday announced that it would be licensing Nvidia's PhysX
systems for use in other future titles.
Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP SP2/Vista
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz or 100% compatible equivalent
Memory: 1GB RAM
Video Card: 256MB memory with Shader Model 3.0*
HDD Space: 8GB
DVD Drive: 1x DVD Drive
Soundcard: Soundcard with DirectX 9.0c compatibility
DirectX: DirectX 9.0c
Network: An online connection is required for access to Leaderboards
The minimum system specs outlined above is a system which would not run the game with PhysX enabled.
You can check out out Mirror's Edge PlayStation 3 review
for more information on the game, as well as Joe's tangential column about innovation
in the game. Share your thoughts in the forums