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After more delays than Kenny's been killed, South Park: The Fractured But Whole actually looks as if it's going to hit its October 17th. It's got system requirements and everything now, it can't possibly go wrong. Can it? Matt Stone and Trey Parker have once more been on creative duties to deliver what is effectively two entire seasons of South Park into a hilariously offensive superhero-themed RPG. Will you need a superhero PC though? Check out the official South Park: The Fractured But Whole system requirements and find out.
Yesterday, Bandai Namco revealed all the pre-order goodies and assorted versions of Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom that will be available for its January 19th launch, alongside a dreaded season pass. But that wasn't all because they also revealed the official PC system requirements for Ni No Kuni 2.
Warriors All-Stars is a spin-off from the long-running Dynasty Warriors series. It features a cast of characters plucked from an array of Tecmo Koei titles. Like, umm, *frantically Googles* Romance of the Three Kingdoms, Dynasty Warriors, Dead or Alive and Ninja Gaiden. Let's hope Winning Post horse-racing can get in the mix. All-Stars Warriors features 30 playable characters, Musou Rush, and new Hero Skills that can affect the story and battles. It's also coming to PC day and date with the console edition, launching on August 29th. Before you pick your scantily clad warrior and head into battle, here are the official PC Warriors: All-Stars system requirements.
For four years, the console crowd has been throwing some serious shade on the PC edition of PES. We've got the most powerful boxes with the most advanced gaming hardware in the world, but we've been getting treated to ports of the PS3 version of PES, a console that's now 11 years old. Not so with PES 2018, which for the first time on PC has feature and graphical parity with the PS4 and Xbox One versions. That can mean only one thing though - more demanding hardware is required. Here are the official Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 PC system requirements.
After a weekend spent looking enviously on at the console crowd, PC players will be getting the Destiny 2 PC beta from August 28th, Bungie has announced. Early Access to the Destiny 2 PC beta begins on August 28th for those who pre-order Destiny 2, while the open beta starts a day later on August 29th. The Destiny 2 beta ends on August 31st. To help you get prepped, Bungie has released the official Destiny 2 PC beta system requirements as well. These are subject to change. However, they do give us a glimpse of the hardware needed to run Destiny 2.
The bat's back for another bout of crime-fighting in Gotham City. Late last week Telltale Games announced a triple whammy of new titles, including the return of Bruce Wayne with the second season of Batman: The Enemy Within - The Telltale Series. The sesquipedalian name aside, it looks like an intriguing and often gruesome tale for DC fans. Don't don your cape just yet though, here are the official PC Batman: The Enemy Within system requirements.
The original king of eSports is back. Blizzard has been busy giving StarCraft a little spit and polish for StarCraft Remastered, adding updated visuals, 4K and widescreen support, new audio and more. It's all in an aim to make StarCraft a little more palatable to the baying crowds, with packed out Korean arenas up until now forced to endure muddy, dated visuals. Naturally, the system requirements for StarCraft Remastered are a fair jump up from the 1998 original. Here are the PC specs you'll need for SC: Remastered...
In the years of its developing, Snail Games' Dark and Light has undergone some major changes. Originally penned as a classic MMORPG, it has morphed into a private server fantasy survival game with nearly limitless possibilities and the promise of regular, consistent content updates. As fans of Early Access survival games will tell you though, they tend to be fairly performance intensive. Here are the official Dark and Light PC system requirements so you can prepare for the upcoming EA launch.
Forget Forza 7. Move over GT Sport. For hardcore racing enthusiasts, there's only one true champion to the sim crown - Project CARS. Now Slightly Mad Studios is back with Project CARS 2, promising the most authentic and detailed racing simulator yet. Everything has been painstakingly recreated in frankly ridiculous detail, and it shows in the official Project CARS 2 PC system requirements.
Microsoft used Forza Motorsport 7 to kick off its Xbox One X reveal for one very good reason - racing sims are one of the most accomplished methods of showing off how powerful the hardware is. Developers can wax lyrical about tyre treads, stitched leather seats and real-time rain and puddle effects. Forza Motorsport 7 didn't disappoint, and this time we're going to be able to see it all with the power of a gaming PC behind it. Brace yourself, here are the official Forza Motorsport 7 PC system requirements.
Swords and no sorcery RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance will be out worldwide on February 13th, 2018, Warhorse Studios and Deep Silver have announced. The medieval role-player will be coming to PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and the announcement has been joined by an all-new trailer showing off the 'Origin of Henry' quest. In addition to this, the official PC specs for the visually stunning Kingdom Come: Deliverance have also been revealed.