Konami has revealed the system necessities for its newly introduced Silent Hill 2 Remake, and working all of the recreated horror goodness goes to require a hefty PC setup.
As reported by PC Gamer, Silent Hill 2 Remake’s Steam web page has revealed the beneficial system specs demand a GeForce RTX 2080 or AMD Radeon 6800XT graphics card, in addition to an Intel Core i7-8700K or AMD Ryzen 5 3600X equal processor with 16GB of RAM.
These graphics playing cards, which have been high-end in 2018 and stay sturdy choices, nonetheless do not get the sport working at its finest. The beneficial system necessities will ship medium high quality visuals at 60fps, or top quality visuals at 30fps. The latter is for 1080p; 4K might be achieved, however solely with DLSS “or related know-how” enabled. Konami hasn’t but shared what specs can be required to run the sport at 60fps with excessive settings, however given the necessities for simply 30fps, it’ll seemingly be fairly demanding.
Silent Hill 2 Remake – Trailer Screenshots
Alongside the beneficial specs, the other finish of the spectrum was additionally shared. Silent Hill 2’s minimal necessities – which “ought to” allow low or medium high quality at 1080p and 30fps – demand an AMD Radeon RX 5700 or GeForce GTX 1080 equal graphics card alongside an Intel Core i5-8400 or AMD Ryzen 3 3300X processor and 12GB of RAM.
Silent Hill 2 Remake was introduced throughout the Silent Hill Transmission showcase with a 3 minute trailer that confirmed off the 21-year-old recreation recreated in Unreal Engine 5. It is also coming to PlayStation 5, the place Konami has promised “seamless” gameplay with no loading screens, although this can seemingly be a PC function as nicely and maybe one cause for its notably demanding system necessities.
The unique is taken into account one of many biggest horror video games of all time and rumours of a remake have been circulating for a very long time. Konami reignited talks when it renewed its Silent Hill trademark in March (although not its official web site) and leaked pictures seemingly appeared on-line in Might earlier than being swiftly deleted.
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