Hogs of War is a turn-based tactics video game developed by Infogrames Studios and published by Infogrames Europe, released for the PlayStation and PC in 2000 for Europe on June 6 and North America on August 5. The game is set in a First World War-era where anthropomorphic pigs engage in combat. Play proceeds in a turn-based fashion, with 3D graphics, vehicles, a career-based single-player mode, and voice over work (both narration and for characters) by British comedian Rik Mayall. The tune for the game is John Philip Sousa's Liberty Bell March. The design of the game is discussed in the book "The Game Maker's Apprentice", which is co-authored by the lead programmer of the game and has a foreword by one of the game's designers.
You need a Pentium III or Athlon MP processor coupled with a GeForce 6200 LE to run Hogs of War system requirements at recommended. You can expect to get around 60FPS at 1080p screen res on high graphics settings with this hardware. 64 MB will also be needed to achieve the Hogs of War rec specs and get 60FPS. Another thing to consider is the DirectX capability of your GPU. Hogs of War needs a GPU capable of running DirectX 8. We suggest a 14 year old PC to play smoothly.