Only one week left for Alan Wake 2‘s global launch, meanwhile developer Remedy Entertainment shared PC requirements for the game.
Alan Wake 2 PC requirements are here
Alan Wake 2 is almost here after a very long wait. The video game fans who likes the first Alan Wake game are counting the days for the sequel game. Meanwhile, PC requirements are important thing since technology is evolving and sometimes it’s hard to keep up with it.
Developer Remedy Entertainment has taken to social media to share the PC requirements for Alan Wake 2. Along with the minimum stated requirements for PC players, Remedy has also included recommended, ultra, and even ray tracing spec requirements at low, medium, and high settings for one of the most anticipated games of fall 2023.
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The minimum stated requirements for 1080p / 30FPS gaming are an RTX 2060 / i5-7600K combo or AMD equivalents. 4K gaming will require at least an RTX 4070 with an RTX 4080 needed for the top of the line 2060p experience with ray tracing. However, at least an RTX 30 series graphics card or AMD equivalent is required for a 1440p experience or even 1080p at 60FPS.
At first glance, the requirements appear to be a bit exaggerated. The RTX 2060 / i5-7600K combo isn’t too far off from the updated recommended requirements for Baldur’s Gate 3. However, that combo is listed as a minimum requirement for Alan Wake 2. An RTX 3060 is listed as the lowest recommended GPU with the RTX 3070 being required for any ray tracing.
Alan Wake 2 will make it’s launch at October 27 for Playstation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC.