Fortnite system requirement: Minimum and recommended PC system requirements

Fortnite masks, Image credit: Twitter/Fortnite

Fortnite is one of the most played battle royale free-to-play games. Developed by Epic Games, Fortnite is known for its unique range of in-game emotes and cosmetics. Unlike other games, Fortnite offers a perfect mixture of building mechanics and combat that makes it different from other games out there. Not just that, it also features a deep storyline which is changed at the end of each season.

Moreover, Fortnite has hosted several celebrities such as Marshmello and Travis Scott, who performed virtual concerts within the game. Players can log into the game and enjoy these events for free. That said, if you’re someone planning to play Fortnite on your PC, here are the minimum and recommended system requirements for Fortnite. Mac users should note that Fortnite doesn’t support Nvidia cards on Mac anymore.

Minimum system requirements for Fortnite

Video Card: Intel HD 4000 on PC, Intel Iris Pro 5200, or equivalent AMD GPU on Mac

Core i3-3225 3.3 GHz processor

4 GB RAM

Windows 7/8/10 OS 64-bit or Mac OS Mojave 10.14.6

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Fortnite wallpapers
credit: Fortnite

Recommended system requirements for Fortnite

Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 7870 or equivalent DX11 GPU

2 GB VRAM video memory

Core i5-7300U 3.5 GHz processor

Memory: 8 GB RAM

Windows 7/8/10 OS 64-bit or Mac OS Mojave 10.14.6

Fortnite players on PC also have something else to cheer about. Epic Games rolled out a new update to provide a smaller file size for the game. The company has reduced Fortnite’s file size on PC by over 60GB, bringing the size around 25 to 30GB in total. The average size of Fortnite is now around 26GB on PC.

Epic Games said the new update will reduce the file size of Fortnite, improve the game’s loading performance, and also make future patches smaller in size for downloads. Previously, Activision and Infinity Ward also enabled their players to uninstall certain parts of Call of Duty: Warzone to make the file size smaller. However, even after deleting some files, the game is still massive in size. A recent update took the game to over 250GB, which eats a lot of space on the hard drive.

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