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Aliens Dark Descent PC System Requirements Revealed

The PC system requirements have been released for the upcoming game Aliens: Dark Descent. Today, publisher Focus Entertainment and developer Tindalos Interactive revealed a few more technical details about the squad-based shooter. As expected, Aliens: Dark Descent isn’t going to require a state of the art graphics card to run it.

You can view the minimum and recommend system requirements below. The publisher has also provided what framerate and graphical settings each option will produce. For the lowest setting playing at 30fps 1080p, you can get away with a GTX 960 while playing at 60fps 1080p in Epic, you’ll need a RTX 2060. The shooter will also take up 60GB of space on your hard drive.

Minimum Recommended
OS Windows 10 or 11 64-bit Windows 10 or 11 64-bit
Processor AMD FX-6300 / Intel Core i3-6100 AMD Ryzen 7 1800X / Intel Core i7-9700K
Memory 8 GB 16 GB
Graphics 3 GB VRAM, AMD Radeon R9 380 / NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 6 GB VRAM, AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT / NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060
DirectX Version 12 Version 12
Storage 60 GB available space 60 GB available space
Target Resolution and FPS 30 FPS, 1920×1080 in low 60 FPS, 1920×1080 in epic. SSD Recommended

 Aliens Dark Descent PC System Requirements Revealed

Aliens: Dark Descent will make its debut in less than two weeks time on June 20, 2023. As much as I’d love to get it for PC, I’ve already pre-ordered it for PS5. For those that haven’t yet, you can pre-order it on Amazon for £34.99/$39.99. (UK/US)

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Comments: 5
  1. Necronomicon II
    Yeah it does depend on specific optimisation but they definitely speed up boot times and loading. For open world games they'll eliminate stutter and texture pop-in since it doesn't have to waste cycles fetching assets like HDDs. You'll definitely appreciate it for non-gaming applications.
  2. Still Collating...
    Nice, even though I've upgraded my PC to some extent, I'm glad this won't make my machine into a toaster. That's quite the storage room it needs, interesting. Though maybe I should upgrade to using SSDs for my game storage, heard good things about that but not sure yet.
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