Paragon PC system requirements have been revealed

Paragon is an upcoming MOBA from Epic Games that features some beautiful landscapes, nifty character design, and gameplay that's a mixture of elements from its three biggest competitors: Dota 2, LoL and SMITE.

It has just launched in Early Access (not the Steam kind), and along with that announcement came the PC system requirements which you can find below:

 Recommended spec:

    Nvidia GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 7870 equivalent DX11 GPU

    2 GByte VRAM

    Core i5 2.8 Ghz

    8 GByte RAM

    Windows 7/8/10 64-bit

Minimum spec:

    Nvidia GeForce GTX 460 or AMD Radeon HD 6870 equivalent DX11 GPU

    1 GByte VRAM

    Core i5 2.5 Ghz

    4 GByte RAM

    Windows 7/8/10 64-bit

In the event that your hardware is below the minimum system specs, Epic recommends you refrain from joining just yet as the alpha state of the game means that performance issues are bound to prop up and potentially cripple your fun.

On the other hand, if your PC is up to snuff and you feel like giving Paragon a try, the cheapest Founder's Pack (which includes alpha access) is priced at €20/$20, and it comes with a couple of skins and experience boosts to help you out.

I've been playing the alpha for a couple of days now and while I'm not yet ready to do a proper review I will say this: Paragon is currently unfinished and if you can't bear clunkiness, unfinished textures and some balance problems then it is simply not the game for you.

It certainly has potential, and the character designs are pretty cool, but right now if you do decide to buy Paragon, do so with the knowledge that you're buying a true alpha test, a game that's still early in development.