Here are Crucible's minimum PC requirements

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Crucible Amazon (Image credit: Amazon Game Studios)

Amazon Game Studios revealed Crucible, their third-person action shooter, earlier this month. The free-to-play title is now just a couple of hours away from becoming available to all players, so in case you haven't checked them out yet, Amazon has detailed the game's PC hardware requirements. Thankfully, Amazon has listed both the minimum requirements for the game, as well as the recommended specs that will result in an optimal playing experience. You can check both of them out below. If you're shopping for upgrades, be sure to check out our best graphics card picks for tons of great options.

Crucible Minimum PC system requirements

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OSWindows 7 64-bit, DX-11
GraphicsGTX 660 or ATI Radeon HD 7850, 2 GB of GPU VRAM
CPUIntel i5-3560 or AMD FX-6300
Memory8 GB
Hard Disk7200 rpm HDD
Hard Disk Space15 GB of available hard-disk space
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OSWindows 10
GraphicsGTX 1060 or Radeon RX 570
CPUIntel i5-6500 (3.2 Ghz) or AMD Ryzen 3 2200G
Memory8 GB
Hard DiskSSD
Hard Disk Space15 GB of available hard-disk space

Crucible launches today at 12:00 pm PST on Steam and aims to stake its claim in the multiplayer hero shooter genre. When the game launches, players can choose from ten different characters and play through three different game modes.

Each character - known as a hunter in the game - has their own unique abilities and weapons, and can be leveled up to allow players to customize how they play any given hunter. Gameplay in Crucible seems to blend battle royale and standard multiplayer, with players able to harvest experience in-game that will allow them to unlock various upgrades while they battle it out against NPCs and other players.

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  • It's a shame their first big budget game is just another me too title