Line of Defense System Requirements
Written by Felix Nova on 28 March 2012 at 15:32
Line Of Defense

Line of Defense describes itself as a Sci-fi MMOG (Massively Mulitplayer Online Game). It can be played as either 3rd person or FPS. This game is a PC exclusive and Free To Play. The PC exclusive aspect usually implies that the game is going to require a hefty gaming rig as the developers do not need to hold back for the weaker consoles.

You will have the option to buy the game and enjoy extra perks and items or step into it with the free to play model. a brief synopsis of the game is as follows - The game is purely PvP. Though the game engine and tech support PvE elements, we are focusing on the PvP elements in the first release and will be exploring the PvE aspects post-release. Both sides fight on planets and in space for the control of various territories. The tide and balance of war are both dynamic, fluent and happen in real-time. Lets take a look at the high Line Of Defense system requirements...

Line of Defense Minimum System Requirements

OS: Windows 7, Windows Vista w/ all Service Packs

CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz or AMD equivalent

RAM: 4GB

GPU: nVidia GeForce 9800GT with 512MB memory or AMD Radeon HD4850 with 512MB memory

NET: High Speed (DSL, Broadband) internet connection

Line of Defense Recommended System Requirement 

CPU: Quad Core 3.0Ghz or higher

RAM: 6GB

GPU: nVidia GeForce GTX 560 or AMD Radeon HD5770

Finally, there is a BETA signup page if you want to go and trial it out now

As always once you have played this please head over to the ratings page and leave your frames per second figures

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