What simply occurred? Dying Gentle 2: Keep Human, one other hyped recreation that’s seen a couple of delay, lastly arrives in February. With the launch date closing in, developer Techland has launched the PC system necessities, and so they’re not too unhealthy for a title that appears as fairly as this one—until, that’s, you need ray tracing, wherein case an RTX 3080 is advisable to play at simply 1080p.
So long as you’re prepared to place up with 30fps at low high quality, Dying Gentle 2 could be performed on a GTX 1050 Ti or Radeon RX 560 4GB paired with a Core i3-9100 or Ryzen 2300X. Sticking with the identical decision however shifting to 60fps and excessive graphics settings requires an RTX 2060—probably the most common playing cards amongst Steam survey members—or an AMD RX Vega 56 mixed with a Core i5-8600K or Ryzen 5 3600X.
What we’ve seen of Dying Gentle 2 up to now appears attractive, so these specs will likely be welcomed by most. However issues might begin getting troublesome for individuals who need ray tracing turned on. All these lifelike shadows, reflections, and lighting results require at the very least an RTX 2070 with a i5-8600K or Ryzen 5 3600X, and that’s simply at low-quality 30fps@1080p. In order for you 60fps with top quality, an RTX 3080 is advisable—and that’s nonetheless solely at 1080p.
The excellent news is that Dying Gentle 2 does have DLSS assist, however you’re nonetheless going to want a fairly monstrous PC if you wish to run at 1440p or 4K with the standard cranked up, particularly if ray tracing is enabled.
Elsewhere, all however the minimal necessities ask for the sport’s 60GB set up to be positioned on an SSD as an alternative of an HDD.
We’ll discover out if Dying Gentle 2: Keep Human lives as much as the hype on February 4.