The Atlas game has decent graphics and a huge field filled to the brim with objects and theoretically requires a computer from the middle shelf to run the game properly. However, due to the fact that the game is still in the Early Access phase, the game optimization is not so good, which means that the game has huge image losses even when played on a PC that meets the recommended requirements. Assuming you have at least one AMD Radeon HD 7870 graphics card, you can play the game. An Intel Core i5-2400 processor is required at least to run ATLAS. The minimum memory required for ATLAS is 4 GB of RAM installed on your computer. In terms of game file size, you need at least 100 GB of free space. In order for the game to perform relatively well in 108p, with medium settings, or in 720p with high settings, you need to have at least the following specifications: Note: It is worth installing the game on an SSD as it significantly increases comfort and minimizes the impact of loads and stuttering. The only problem is the “weight” of the game. Notes: The game ran in 30 stable FPS, in 1080p, in high/ultra settings. However, severe image drops have occurred frequently and frequently in places where falls are not expected to occur (in open ground, with no objects to render), which is clearly due to poor optimization. In order to run the game in a stable 60 FPS, the graphics had to be lowered to low/medium. The following guide was created based on the PC version of the game and the PC with the following specifications was used: Set sail for the ultimate pirate experience! Embark on a great adventure with thousands of other players in one of the biggest game worlds ever built (and even claim a piece of it to call it your own).
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