Benchmark: 1680x1050

Folks who aren't picky could get away with playing at an average of just 30fps, though we recommend shooting for at least 40fps and ideally you want 60fps.

Given the quality settings we used, the old GTX 550 Ti offered a surprisingly good result at 26fps, while the R7 250, which is typically only good for low to medium quality settings, delivered 28fps. Getting over the 30fps bump was the age old GTX 460 with 35fps, while the GTX 560 Ti and 650 Ti both managed 44fps.

The newer GTX 750 Ti had no trouble delivering over 50fps and for the magical 60fps all you'll need is a GTX 660 or R9 265.