Final Fantasy 14: Endwalker system requirements and benchmarking tool released

Final Fantasy 14’s fourth expansion is still months away. However, Square Enix has published system requirements and benchmarking tools that you can download to help you determine how your rig will handle Endwalker.
The kit includes a character creator, so that you don’t see the default paladin bro in your benchmark, you can create your own hero. It also offers the possibility to make a male Viera character. Endwalker allows you to play the gender-locked rabbitfolk, which you previously had to be a man.

This benchmark scene also highlights some of Endwalker’s new additions, such as the scholarly island at Old Sharlayan which will become the new hub and two new jobs: the Sage who acts as a barrier healer and the Reaper, who wields a scythe.
Square Enix claims that this benchmark is updated with new scoring criteria in order to account for multiplayer content. It also provides a more accurate assessment of your computer’s performance when you run the latest version.

These are the Endwalker system requirements.

Final Fantasy 14 Endwalker system minimum requirements

OS: Windows(r), 8.1 64 bit, Windows(r), 10 64 bit
CPU: Intel(r), Core(tm)i5 at 2.4GHz or Higher
Memory: 4GB or more
Space on SSD/hard disk: 80GB or more
Graphics card: NVIDIA (r) Geforce(r), GTX750 or greater/AMD Radeon ™ R7 265X or higher
Screen resolution: 1280×720
Broadband Internet connection
Communications port: Please set up your ports if you use a router so that the following packets can pass through.
[Ports that can be used] TCP 80, 443, 5499254994, 550655007 5502155040, 5502155040
Sound card: DirectSound(r), supported sound card
DirectX(r), DirectX(r), 11

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