Question about integrated graphics capabilities

Spiffy McBang

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I'm looking at an Aspire E15 E5-575-33BM (https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA6V65194053&cm_re=acer_aspire_e_15_e5-575-33bm-_-1TS-000X-00M70-_-Product). It looks like it has everything I need, and its performance numbers are much better than the VivoBook with which I compared it.

The last question is this: I have one thing I want to do outside of the writing/office-type stuff I mostly need the laptop for, and that's take it to my friend's to play Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes. It's about as low-intensity a 3D game as you can find, and the requirements to run it are fairly minimal, but I've been building desktops for long enough to be deeply suspicious of any computer that lists its graphics device as "Integrated Card".

I feel like this machine should be able to handle the game easily, but this is the first laptop I've researched in about ten years and I feel out of my depth on judging what it can do. Can anyone tell me for sure one way or the other?
 

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