Whatever you think of the Lego games themselves, Traveller's Tales continue to crank them out at a remarkable rate. Sometimes it can mean there's a lack of fresh ideas between outings, but it also means a gradual sweep of improvements. Lego Marvel Avengers looks to be one of the most full-featured and impressive Lego games in recent years however, with several massive open-worlds housing storylines to go with a heap of Marvel movies.
It's inspirations range from The Avengers to Captain American: The Winter Soldier, Thor: The Dark World and Iron Man 3. For Marvel fans there's going to be absolutely loads to sink your teeth into then, with plenty of fan-service for even the most ardent superhero nut. Hold fire before you put that natty new spandex gear though, you may want to check out the official Lego Marvel Avengers system requirements to make sure your rig's super enough.
Lego Marvel Avengers Minimum System Requirements
- OS: Windows Vista 32-bit
- CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.4 GHz or AMD Phenom 9850 Quad-Core 2.5 GHz
- RAM: 4 GB System Memory
- GPU RAM: 1GB Video Memory
- GPU: GeForce GT 430 or Radeon HD 6850
- HDD: 14GB available space
- DX: DirectX 9.0c
Lego Marvel Avengers Recommended System Requirements
- OS: Windows 7 64-bit
- CPU: Intel Core i5-750 2.66GHz or AMD Phenom II X4 970 3.5GHz
- RAM: 4 GB System Memory
- GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 480 or AMD Radeon HD 5850 1024MB
- DX: DirectX 11
The Lego series continues to be rooted in the same old engine it's been using for years, with only a fewer minor tweaks given to usher into the modern era. As such the system requirements for Lego Marvel Avengers really aren't all that different to what we saw for all of the recent Lego games. To that end, you only need a very low-end gaming rig to play this, and the vast majority of PC gamers should be able to max out Lego Marvel Avengers without any issues.
The last outing for the series was Lego Jurassic World, and the recommended specs stay absolutely identical, aside from a slight bump in installation size. The big change is down at the low end for the minimum requirements. This is likely as a result of Lego Marvel Avengers featuring a much larger, much denser open-world New York than the mini open-world sections we saw in Lego Jurassic World. As such you're going to want a quad-core processor along with a low-end 400-series GeForce or 6000-series Radeon.
Aside from this it's worth noting that Windows XP is no longer supported, so if you're still rocking Microsoft's ancient operating system then it might be time for an upgrade. It's no longer officially supported by Microsoft either, so you are opening yourself up to potential security risks through continued use.
Remember, you can always check out how well your PC can run the Lego Marvel Avengers System Requirements here, where you can check benchmarking and performance from other users. Compare your graphics card to the Lego Marvel Avengers benchmark chart.
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Wtf is this???
There is no match between GT 430 and HD 6850 !!!
i really dislike the lego games, the only reason i still buy them is because of my younger brother.
Also i don't know why but when i play something graphically intesive (for the gtx 260 atleast) on my PC, my PC will be at a reasonable temperature. When my brother plays Lego Marvel Superheroes i can feel a heatwave
You probably didn't limited the FPS or something. Did you make sure V-sync was on if it has that option? You could always force the FPS limit using a third party software.
The problem is that we used to play with LEGOs like today people play with minecraft. LEGO minecraft maybe?
GT 430 or HD 6850
And a quad core minimum for a Lego game...? LoL
they should really upgrade that engine.it's getting really old.
It's sad how hard LEGO is trying to get somewhere. They fail at movies, they fail at games. They should just stick to their little building blocks.
but minecraft is lego game i think.
I don't play Minecraft xD so I can't relate.
Personally I found the Lego Movie fun and cute, same goes for the games (though I have only played the Star Wars and the Hobbit)
Of course it all comes down to personal preference, but I remember with the latest LEGO movie that it failed big time and the director was so depressed that he didn't get a Grammy, that he made himself one out of what else? Lego. xD
it was an oscar.artists get grammies.and it was a big surprise it didn't get nominated.
The movie was great, I heard nothing bad about it. And 3 or 4 LEGO games from the bunch are really good. (ex: Batman, Marvel, Undercover)
Yeah I quite liked it. I struggle to see how Lego are failing. They're the largest toy company in the world, and every time I look at the physical charts they've got about 5 games in the top 40. And the movie made close to $500 million.
If anything they are a bit too ubiquitous, they're in danger of everyone getting tired of the constant Lego.
I really like Lego Pizza Island when I was little. One of the first games I?ve played :D