Trials Rising System Requirements Revealed Alongside Open Beta Launch

Written by Jon Sutton on Thu, Feb 21, 2019 9:57 AM
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There's something ludicrously addictive about Trials' particular brand of hair-pulling difficulty and motorcycle mayhem. It's a series that's more than the sum of its parts. Trials Rising is out next week and a free beta test is available to play now, providing a taster of what to expect. Naturally, this also means the Trials Rising PC system specs have been revealed. 

Trials Rising Minimum System Requirements

  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit
  • CPU: Intel Core i5-2400 3.1 GHz or AMD FX-4100 3.3 GHz
  • RAM: 4 GB System Memory
  • GPU RAM: 1 GB Video Memory
  • GPU: GeForce GTX 650 Ti or Radeon HD 7770
  • DX: DirectX 11
  • HDD: 11 GB Available Hard Drive Space

Trials Rising Recommended System Requirements

  • OS: Windows 10 64-bit
  • CPU: Intel Core i5-3470 3.2 GHz or AMD FX-6100 3.6 GHz
  • RAM: 8 GB System Memory
  • GPU RAM: 2 GB Video Memory
  • GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 or AMD Radeon R9 270X
  • DX: DirectX 11
  • HDD: 11 GB Available Hard Drive Space

Considering Trials Rising is a game that's also coming to Nintendo Switch next week, it should come as little surprise to see it's very forgiving in terms of system requirements, particularly for a Ubisoft title.

The barrier for entry is set real low here. You'll need a low-end DX11 video card with at least 1GB VRAM, along with a bottom-rung Core i5 or AMD's aging FX-4100. Most laptops these days shouldn't even break a sweat with these specs, provided they at least have some form of dedicated graphics.

You'll need a fair chunk more to crank the graphics settings up in Trials Rising, but again it shouldn't be a concern for most. The CPU's only increase marginally, while the required VRAM for Ultra doubles to 2GB.

Trials games require absolute precision and timing though. A single dropped frame can be the difference between success and failure when you're trying to scale a cliff on a flimsy bike. Hitting a locked frame rate is an absolute must. Turn those graphics settings down if you need to because you'll have a much easier time if you can play Trials rising at locked 60 frames per second.

As always, you can check out how well your PC can run Trials Rising System Requirements here, where you can check benchmarking and performance from other users. Compare your graphics card to Trials Rising GPU benchmark chart and we also have a Trials Rising Frames Per Second system performance chart for you to check out.

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23:43 Feb-21-2019

I played a couple of hours of this today and it's great fun! Lots of new stuff to do and the new career stole progression is nice too. I do have a bit of trouble with the performance there are a couple of settings that give me serious fps drops. I didn't have the time to pin them down yet so I'm using the normal (medium) preset for now. Also the game has trouble closing lol. It won't exit fullscreen even though it stops running and I just can't access windows even though it's still running fine underneath. I have to log out or restart the PC.

Other than that I really love it though! It's what I've been waiting for and looks like a worthy successor to the series :D


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