Would you like to shoot robo-Nazis in an alternate universe 1960s? You've got two options: use a time machine, or a videogame-playing computer. Given that you're not reading TimeMachineOwner.com, I'll assume you've chosen the second. In that case, you may want to check Bethesda's recently announced requirements , explaining what parts are needed to power their bombastic shooter. No, a flux capacitor isn't one of them. That's time machines again.
Here's what you'll need:
Wolfenstein is running on id Tech 5, which means it's no big surprise that its RAM and GPU suggestions are as low as they are. What is a surprise is the CPU: an i7 is a reasonably high-end CPU requirement, given the other specs. It's not yet clear whether these are recommended or minimum requirements. Hopefully it's the former, otherwise a lot of machines could struggle to match the game's needs.
Wolfenstein: The New Order is due out May 20th.