With only two weeks until Deus Ex: Mankind Divided releases into the wild, Eidos Montreal has revealed the minimum and recommended specs for PC players.
Loved the last one.
Anybody know if it will release physically on PC?
I wouldn't count on it, not many games do.
Yes, there is a physical PC Collector's Edition available directly through the Square-Enix online store. I pre-ordered a couple months back and received the email that it shipped last week. Appears to be wait-listed at this point though ( https://store.na.square-eni... Although, it also states does not contain a physical DVD of the game either which is really stupid... oh well.
Low recommended specs,but make sense with the big downgrade the game suffered.
Or it's just really optimized. You're mostly inside buildings or cluttered seedy alleyways and slums and shit, so it's not like you're gonna be viewing some 10-mile off vista in the background in real time or anything.
Or it just looks quite worse and stripped down since they presented the game at the 2015 pc gaming show.
It always amazes me how bloated the system requirements are for PC while aged consoles can play it. Just seems like poor optimization.
Or maybe PC versions run at higher resolutions and fps than the aged consoles sub 1080p/30fps.
The minimum recommended are a year older than the consoles and requirements are never specific as to what you'll be running the game at whether it's 720p low 30 fps or 1080p Medium 30 fps ect.
Low-Medium settings and ultra settings PC fps gap is bigger than the avg consoles fps.The old 290 is easily has easily 3 times the performance of a ps4,and even with a 4th gen i5,which destroys the consoles tablet cpu,the fps gap gets even bigger.
Geez I can't wait. My most wanted game of the year is only a week and a half a way.
yeah u will be able to max this out not bad but from what i have saw of the game they are not pushing much tech
There's a pretty big difference between the Nvidia and AMD stuff in the recommended specs. Would the more powerful stuff be for VR support or something?
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