Shadow Of Mordor the game which is based on lord of the rings, successfully become one of the best games of 2014 with the reviews are so good. The game is good as it is but the graphics requirements will make you piss your pants, it requires full 6Gb of graphics memory to Run at Ultra settings on 1080p Resolution. Yup, you read that totally right, now the game is very good and the review we saw last week are accurate for the game. Even the game’s combat or the story didn’t get the attention as the graphics requirements got. The game is all set to be releasing on September 30 for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC.

Shadow of Mordor requires 6Gb Graphics Memory to Run at Ultra settings 

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Reviews of Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor

Polygon – 9.5 / 10
IGN – 9.3 / 10
Joystiq – 5.5
GamesRadar – 4.5 / 5
Shacknews – 9.10

Few video cards that match the recommendations

The graphics are also good for the consoles, but you need to download more than the consoles on PC. To run on 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution and maximum graphics settings you have to buy a graphics card with 6 gigabyte graphics memory or more. Now there are only few graphics cards around with 6 gigabyte graphics memory which are lavish NVIDIA Geforce GTX Titan and Titan Black but both are too expensive, then AMD’s Radeon R9 295X2 with double Hawaii XT circuits and 12Gb of memory which costs around $999 and the last and majestic Geforce GTX Titan Z dual GK110 GPUs and 12 gigabytes of graphics memory which costs around $2500. Today the graphics card which is coming usually have 3 or 4Gb of graphics memory which applies to the recently launched GTX 970 and GTX 980. So the players who are eager to meet the recommended requirements of the games might want to add one of the few manufacturers partner cards equipped with extra video memory.

Shadow of Mordor

There is also a GTX 780 model with 6Gb of graphics memory. It is still unclear what makes Shadow of Mordor have these kinds of graphics requirements. The rumor is that inefficient console port while others argue that the high graphics quality simply has its price. Well, soon we will be looking into how it will look with the performance of the Ultra settings with different graphics cards and memory capacity. So till any game like Shadow of Mordor comes we will be seeing Shadow of Mordor talking about his majestic graphics requirements.

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