Titanfall arrives on March 11 in the US and a few days later across Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. It’s also coming to multiple formats including the Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC. If you are planning on picking the game up on console then it will just work, but PC gamers have a minimum spec to worry about.Vince Zampella has just shared what that minimum spec needs to be via his Twitter account, and thankfully it’s not too high.In order to play Titanfall you’ll need at least:AMD Athlon X2 2.8GHz or Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz4GB RAMRadeon HD 4770 or GeForce 8800GT with at least 512MB VRAM64-bit version of Windows 7, 8, or 8.1Of course, you’ll benefit from having more RAM, a faster CPU, and better graphics card, but even if your gaming rig is getting on a bit, you’ll more than likely be able to play the game without an upgrade being required first.There is one other prerequisite to playing the game you may not appreciate, though. Zampella has also confirmed that Titanfall requires an Origin account–EA’s equivalent to Steam, but one that is not much loved by gamers. He was asked on Twitter by John Connorski to confirm Titanfall doesn’t require Origin, his response:As it’s EA publishing the game combined with the fact Titanfall requires servers to play, it was pretty much guaranteed Origin would be a required install for the game. Gamers won’t like it, but they’ll have to accept it if they intend to purchase the game on PC.