Guild Wars 2 System Requirements: An Overview

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We highly recommend you to play Guild Wars 2 in case you are into MMOs and like to experience PvP. We also learn that a lot of you are wondering, “Can I play it?”, “Is my laptop/desktop powerful and fast enough to run Guild Wars 2?” No worries, here in this article we provide you with some useful and basic Guild Wars 2 system requirements. You are able to follow our guide to decide if your laptops or PCs are suitable for the game.


At first, before we start, you had better have a look at the software and hardware configuration your PC has by following this guide: For Microsoft Windows: Hit the START button, right-click “Computer” then choose “Properties”. For MacBooks and Macs, start the machine, left click on the Apple icon at the corner of the screen, then select System Preferences. A new Windows will appear on the screen, giving you the exact information of your machine Processor, Sound Cards, Graphic Cards, Windows/iOS version and so on.

For Microsoft Windows

Guild Wars 2 system requirements – minimum:

Operating system: XP Service Pack 2, Windows 7 or Windows 8 is OK for the game.

At least, Intel Core 2 Dou 2.0 GHz processor, Core i3, AMD Athlon 64 X2. If you can afford more than this processor, it is much better.

At least 2 GB of RAM; For video card or graphics card, Intel HD 3000, ATI X1800 or nVidia Geforce 7800 is acceptable.

Graphics cards special: Video RAM’s 256 MB together with Shader Model 3.0.

An availability of 25 GB hard drive space; Internet speed should be DLS, Cable; For some special circumstances, faster Internet connection is required.

For the OS X:

Guild Wars 2 system requirements:

Mac OS X 10 Operating system, memory 4 GM RAM, 50 GB available HDD space, broadband internet connection and keyboard and mouse/ equivalent input.

Minimum Mac specs should be one of these desktops or laptops: iMac 21.5″, 27″ (Late 2013), MacBook Pro 13″, 15″ (Late 2013), Mac Pro (Late 2013), Mac Mini (Late 2014).

To the general public all over the world, the massively multiplayer online role-playing game Guild Wars 2 officially released on August 28th, 2012. In case that you guys have pre-purchased Guild Wars 2, you had got up to 3 days early access on August 25th, 2012. There are players who have been playing Guild Wars 2 from the very beginning of the game: since NCSOFT brought up beta tests for excited gamers that pre-ordered it.

To most people who love role-playing multiplayer online video games, this game is among one of the best games they have ever played so far. The graphics are an outstanding success, character skill customization is beyond expectations (a lot of choices) and three faction PvP is absolutely out of imagination. Meet the demand for Guild Wars 2 system requirements, and then it is your turn to experience all pros on cons of the game.

To the side, the gaming features that ArenaNet and NCSOFT both have full control and handle over, one element they possess not much control are the players – the individuals that play the game, their consumers. Actually, for some surprised reasons even the people playing Guild Wars 2 are found to be very sensational and beneficial. Yes, they are given several trolls but that is demanded. On my primary server, almost everyone plays as a group and is friendly as well as helpful, indeed. Given that I have one thought which is not very positive to say about Guild Wars 2 is that the character’s side stories sound just trustworthy, yet nothing is enthusiastic enough to raise endless talks.

I have come to this conclusion because I has been comparing the story adventures of this game to Star Wars: The Old Republic whose storyline adventure is a phenomenal, fantastic and extraordinary. On the other hand, in case you are heading to PvP gaming of MMOs, Guild Wars 2 is definitely superior to your expectations.