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Contraband Police System Requirements

Check out the specs needed to play Contraband Police on your PC.

Updated: Mar 14, 2022 1:27 pm
Contraband Police

Contraband Police is an upcoming simulator about guarding is border checkpoint, but simulator games can be a bit tough on your hardware sometimes. That said, being a low-budget title makes this game less taxing than a huge overblown release might be. Still, if you want to know you can play it for certain, you’re going to need to check your hardware stats.

If you’re unsure how you check your hardware stats, you can follow our guide on checking PC specs. Once you’ve got your stats, compare them with those that we’ve shared down below. If your PC hardware isn’t up to much, you’ll either need to replace or upgrade it to meet the minimum requirements.

Contraband Police Release Date & Game Details

  • Release Date : Q2 2022 (Microsoft Windows)
  • System Requirements : Low-medium
  • Genre : Simluation
  • Developer : Crazy Rocks
  • Publisher : PlayWay S.A.

As we said above, Contraband Police is a simulation game where you have a border checkpoint to look after. You need to check everyone who comes through the site to prevent contraband from making its way into the country. As you work, you’ll earn the ability to upgrade your checkpoint until it’s the best one in the land. Just watch out, as you’ll also have to deal with some potentially violent and dangerous criminals in the line of duty.

Contraband Police System Requirements

Contraband Police Minimum System Requirements

  • CPU : Intel Core i5
  • RAM : 8 GB RAM
  • GPU : NVidia GeForce GTX 750
  • Operating System : Windows 7
  • Storage Space : 6 GB available space

Contraband Police Recommended System Requirements

  • CPU : (Any)
  • RAM : 12 GB RAM
  • GPU : NVidia GeForce GTX 1050
  • Operating System : Windows 10
  • Storage Space : 6 GB available space

What Gaming PC Do We Recommend To Play Contraband Police?

Contraband Police is not an overly intensive game, but it still has some requirements that may force you to upgrade or replace your hardware. If you’re building your own PC from scratch, you’ll need to spend at least $500 to $600, with most of that cost going to your CPU and CPU. To get it up to recommend you’ll need to add at least another $100 to get your hands on that more advanced graphics card, though that will depend on how easily obtainable they are at the time.

If you’re buying a pre-built machine then you’ll need to spend a bit more because you’re not building it yourself. As such, $800 is probably going to be your best budget. It should get you a PC capable of playing the game at recommended settings, and you’ll have an easier time finding a GPU this way due to manufacturers having their own non-retail supply of cards.

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