Madden 19 PC System Requirements: Can My PC Run Madden 19?

That’s right. Madden 19 is back on PC. Of course, playing the first Madden game on the platform since 2010 will mean diddly squat if you don’t have the rig to run it. What worked then might not work now. That’s why we’ve listed all the Madden 19 PC system requirements for you: from the minimum requirements where you can just about make out Tom Brady’s smugness, to the recommended requirements for full juice and gorgeous gridiron.

Madden 19 PC System Requirements: Minimum Requirements

As revealed by EA, these are the minimum requirements you’re going to be looking for to make sure you run Madden 19 at a capable level:

  • OS – Win 7/8/8.1/10 64bit
  • CPU – Intel Core i3-4350, FX-4330, or equivalent
  • RAM – 8GB
  • HDD Free Space – 48.5 GB
  • GPU – NVIDIA Geforce GTX 660, AMD Radeon RX 460

Madden 19 PC System Requirements: Recommended Requirements

The recommended requirements should put you (at the very least) on parity with your PS4 and Xbox One cohorts. Anything above and beyond this, of course, will make the game look even better. For a more stable performance, don’t forget to tinker with certain lighting effects etc to see what works best for you:

  • OS – Win 7/8/8.1/10 64bit
  • CPU – Intel Core i3-4350, FX-4330, or equivalent
  • RAM – 8GB
  • HDD Free Space – 48.5 GB
  • GPU – NVIDIA Geforce GTX 670, AMD Radeon R9 270x

Madden 19 PC System Requirements: Minimum Requirements: What Are My PC Specs?

Of course, those things may mean absolutely nothing to you without proper context. To check what your PC specs are, you’re going to need to do the following in Windows:

  • Go to “This PC” (or whatever it’s named on your computer)
  • Right hand click This PC
  • Click “Properties”

You’ll then be met with your setup’s specs, everything from RAM to how much free space you have left will all be presented to you, and you can then compare notes, as it were. From there, you should (hopefully) be ready to get rolling on Madden 19. It’s out August 10, but you can get to grips with it now through Origin Early Access.