The team provided specs ranging from 1080p Low settings to 4K Ultra High settings. Be sure to click on the image below for the full specs. It should be noted that all specs required a 64-bit Windows 10 OS and 50 GB of disk space. While the lowest 1080p spec says an HDD is fine, you really should be installing games to an SSD at this point. Curiously, while 1080p and 1440p at 60fps specs are provided, 4K at 60fps is not.
The PC version boasts DX12, uncapped framerate, over 120 settings to customize, hybrid input, multi monitor and widescreen support, and a benchmark to test your specs. You can catch the video summary below: