Publisher Bethesda today released the required PC system for Deathloop. It also showed a detailed list of graphical settings and detailed specifications for the exact time customers will arrive on the PC and the digital versions of PlayStation 5. Note that you want to have a fairly robust system to run the game.
Bethesda has published the launch specifications for the first-person shooter game from developer Arkane on its website. It is divided into three parts: the minimum recommended specifications for playing 1080p games, and then the recommended specifications for 4K games with ultra settings. This page does not mention pre-approved Deathloop ray tracing features for the PS5 release.
Bethesda's advanced PC settings include items such as field of view (from 65 to 100), broadband support, TWAA resolution, camera blur, and more, although the screen does not specify how many players can play. Adjust each setting. Bethesda also confirms that Deathloop will use AMD FidelityFX's superior resolution. Subtitles will be available in three different sizes.
The pre-loading of Deathloop for PC everywhere will begin on September 12th at 1pm. Eastern. It has three regional opening times: On the American continent, it opens at 12:01 a.m. on September 14. The opening time for Australia, New Zealand and Asia is 12:01 AM JST at 2 PM. For Europe and the rest of the world, 14:01 is British Summer Day (BST) on September 14th. The PS5 digital version opens at midnight in any time zone (midnight eastern for all of North America) and preload begins 48 hours earlier in each region.
It was also recently confirmed that the Deathloop code for PC sold through retailers such as Green Man Gaming and Game Billet will be activated on Steam instead of Bethesda itself. GMG confirmed that this applies to anyone who has already purchased the key from them. Recent Bethesda games like Doom Eternal or Rage 2 have activated the computer keys in the Bethesda Launcher. This policy change may be a result of Microsoft's acquisition of Bethesda, which has its own startup and releases all of its games on Steam. It's unclear what will happen to the Bethesda Launcher in the future. The system requested by Deathloop is rather cumbersome and requires about 12 GB of almost unknown RAM. Other minimum specs include the GTX 1060 or RX 580 for the graphics card and the i5-8400 or Ryzen 5 1600 for the processor. This is for 1080p at 30fps with low graphics settings.
Deathloop does not have a version for any previous generation console, so the minimum requirements above are not entirely unexpected, but this minimum specification is slightly higher than the Stalker 2 models, for example, which It will not contain the latest generation version. Deathloop requires 30 GB of storage space.
Minimum Requirements (1080p, 30fps, Low Settings)Operating System: 64-bit Windows 10 1909 or higher CPU: Intel Core i5-8400 @ 2.80 GHz or AMD Ryzen 5 1600 RAM: 12 GB GPU: Nvidia GTX 1060 (6 GB) or AMD Radeon RX 580 (8 GB) DirectX: v12 Storage: 30 GB available (hard disk)
Recommended requirements (1080p) , 60 fps, high settings)OS: 64-bit Windows 10 version 1909 or higher CPU: Intel Core i7-9700K @ 3.60GHz or AMD Ryzen 7 2700X RAM: 16 GB GPU: Nvidia RTX 2060 (6 GB) or AMD Radeon RX 5700 (8 GB) DirectX: v12 storage: 30 GB of available space (SSD)
Ultra HD 4K (4K, 60fps, great settings) conditionsOS: 64-bit Windows 10 version 1909 or higher CPU: Intel Core i9-10900K @ 3.70GHz or AMD Ryzen 7 3800XT RAM: 16 GB GPU: Nvidia RTX 3080 (10 GB) v) or AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT (16 GB) DirectX: v12 Storage: 30 GB available (SSD)
Bethesda reveals the specifications, features and details of the Deathloop program for PC
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