Beyond: Two Souls PC System Requirements

Written by Neil Soutter on Tue, May 26, 2020 12:48 PM
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The second of David Cage's interactive adventures in the Quantic Dream collection is coming to Steam soon after a year of being exclusive to the Epic Games Store. Well, the final release is coming soon, but there's a demo available now already. So let's take a look into the official PC system requirements for Beyond: Two Souls.

There are some interesting notes that come with the system requirements for Beyond: Two Souls, detailing the kind of performance quality we can expect from these kinds of specs. The same is true for one of the other titles, Heavy Rain, so the minimum specs will see 30fps at 720p, and 60fps at 1080p for the recommended requirements. Again, there's no details on the kind of graphical quality we can expect, but if they're anything like Detroit: Become Human's then we won't be expecting a noticeable difference between Low and Ultra graphics settings.

So let's dive in and take a further look at the official PC system requirements for Beyond: Two Souls...

Beyond: Two Souls Minimum System Requirements

Beyond: Two Souls Recommended System Requirements

In order to run the minimum system requirements for Beyond: Two Souls you'll need an i5-4430 or FX-6300 CPU along with a GTX 660 or Radeon HD 7870 GPU and 4GB of ram. These are actually not that high for minimum requirements and so a lot of PC setups will be able to run Beyond: Two Souls just fine on PC, and these specs will net you a frame rate of 30fps at 720p screen resolution.

In order to run the Beyond: Two Souls recommended system requirements you will need an i5-6600K or Ryzen 3 1300X processor coupled with a GTX 970 or Radeon R9 390 graphics card and 8GB of ram. Again, these requirements aren't that high but these games have been out for a while already. Though that does at least mean that most PC systems will be able to run Beyond: Two Souls at 60fps on 1080p resolution.

As ever, remember you can always check out how well your PC can run the Beyond: Two Souls System Requirements here, where you can check benchmarks and performance from other users. Compare your graphics card to the Beyond: Two Souls GPU benchmark chart and we also have a Beyond: Two Souls Frames Per Second system performance chart for you to check.

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17:36 May-26-2020

I have never played any of these games from quantic dream. I just watch them as a movie on youtube. :P

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19:22 May-26-2020

Same here.

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14:18 May-26-2020

All of David Cage's games writing is trash he would be laughed out of the movie industry i dont understand how this level of writing is fine if you stick prompts on it and make a few choices and call it a video game.

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15:16 May-26-2020

To each their own, I guess. I liked Beyond Two Souls and Heavy Rain. Fahrenheit could have been a great game for me but the last part, up to the ending, went from 0 to 100 real fast. Haven't played Detroit yet though. BTW there are quite a lot of people out there that enjoy interactive films.

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23:40 May-26-2020

Your forgeting Omikron: The Nomad Soul that was a horrible game. Also david cage wouldnt know subtlety if it hit him in the face. Also has quite a few creepy controversies with his games.

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10:00 May-29-2020

Yeah I forgot about Omikron. Played it a while but stopped and never touched it again. Also creepy controversies? I am interested, tell me more!

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05:29 May-27-2020

heavy rain was good, never played beyond because well i only have a pc

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14:42 May-27-2020

Its good until you start thinking about it or playing it a second time the writing falls apart so fast.

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16:31 May-27-2020

It's good, until you think about the plot for a second. It actively lies to you to uncover a "twist" villain, and has massive gaping plot holes and elements that go absolutely nowhere or get forgotten as the game progresses.

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16:27 May-27-2020

It fall in the camp of so bad it's good to me. Davids writing is abhorrent, but plot holes and story absurdities are so bad you can't help but laugh like a madman.

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