depends on model spec, as the standard version is below par, the best version is below the min spec for the game.
Intel Pentium Gold 4415Y. The Intel Pentium 4415Y is a low power entry level processor for small laptops or tablets and based on the Kaby Lake architecture. It was announced in Q2 2017 and offers two processor cores clocked at 1.6 GHz (no Turbo Boost)
The Intel HD Graphics 615 (GT2) is a low-end integrated graphics unit, which can be found in the Y-series of the Kaby Lake generation. Means some low demanding games should therefore be playable with the chip, but that's about it.
so basically the slowest CPU out of the newest ones on the market for the last 2 years, with the slowest of almost any VGA chips bolted on, with no memory attached so used base memory, so as the user only has 8gb, which windows requires 4 but will use more, the CPU is doing the work of the GPU as well, and as it's already the slowest CPU without it doing the GPU work, if it did even work, the game would be next to unplayable.
let's look at the min spec,
Minimum dual-core, recommended quad-core, the Go uses a Pentium Gold 4415Y is a 64-bit dual-core budget x86 mobile microprocessor which is sorry to say dog slow
Video/Graphics: DirectX 9.0c compatible video card with 128MB+ VRAM, Go uses low-end integrated graphics unit, with no Vram of it's own whatsoever.
The GO was never meant to be for games, unless you like browser ones, and even then, some won't play as not enough power for some out there :(
what to look for in the Go range,
Intel® UHD Graphics (i3) Intel® Iris™ Plus Graphics (i5, i7) both are faster onboard GPU bolted on to yes more expensive CPU's, you get what you pay for with a CPU when a GPU is bolted onto it, a dual core CPU with a slow GPU bolted on won't play hardly any games, where as the i3 will be more cost, but play more, the i5 will play most and the i7 i'd hazard a guess and will play almost any war game out there on the market atm
< Message edited by zakblood -- 12/31/2019 12:34:47 PM >