* Windows XP (with SP3) / Windows Vista (with SP1) * Intel Pentium 4 3.2 GHz, Intel Pentium D 2.66 Ghz, AMD Athlon 64 3500 + * 1 GB for Windows XP / 2 GB for Windows Vista * Graphics card with 256 MB RAM, compatible with DirectX 10.0 or DirectX 9.0c with Shader Model 3.0 - supported cards: NVIDIA GeForce 6800/7600-7950/8600-8800/9600-9800/GTX 260-280, ATI RADEON X1650 - 1950/HD 2400-2900/3650-3870/4650-4870 * 4 GB of disk space * Sound card compatible with DirectX 9.0c * DVD-ROM Disappointing as there is confirmed lack of DX10, and graphics options are far more limited over the original game. Also, the audio tab has no advaned options, merely volume settings. I did however find in the installation directory an audio.scr file which contains config settings. Code: !API(s) // DS3D, OpenAL, XACT, NoSound !MixFrequency(i) !Channels(i) !ForceSoftware() !ForceSoftwareEAX() !ForceNoFXes() !Quality3D(s) // low, medium, high UseEAX() !ExtraSounds01() !SpeechVolume(i) !FXVolume(i) !WaveVolume(i) !GlobalSettings(s) API("OpenAL") //API("XAudio2") MixFrequency(44100) Channels(128) Quality3D("high") FXVolume(8) WaveVolume(5) SpeechVolume(8) GlobalSettings("") As you can see I modified the default XAudio2 to OpenAL as it seems to be using the Vista API (using Windows 7) ... Quality3d was default set to medium which I changed to high, increased max voices to 128 for my x-fi card and enabled EAX which had no option ingame... :bang: Graphic quality is excellent with little to no aliasing. Ambient occlusion is working properly and you can see some of it in the screens above. FPS are very good, rarely dipping below 60 fps... though obviously I don't know how well it scales on lower end systems. The multiplayer is pretty fun, but the dedicated server is either undocumented or unreleased. I can only host a game from the ingame menu. If anyone knows how to get the dedicated server working, let me know -- I did find the config file for it, but there is no command line option documented to start a dedicated server.