Dark System Requirements

Written by Andrew Moynihan on Wed, May 22, 2013 2:07 PM
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Dark is an intriguing Vampire stealth game coming out late next month, where you need to hide not only to catch your prey, but to fight hostile vampires.

It's looking very themed and stealthy, with smooth 3D Cell shaded Graphics - lets see what hardware you need to run it with our Dark System Requirements...

Dark Minimum System Requirements

OS: Windows XP SP2

CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E4400 2.0GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 4000+

RAM: 2GB System Memory

GPU RAM: 512MB

GPU: Nvidia GeForce 9600 GT or ATI Radeon HD 4670 or Intel HD 4000

DX: DirectX 9

HDD: 5 GB Free Hard Drive Space

 

Not too taxing all in all, and the game will even run on the Intel 4000 Graphics solution, which means many low end laptops will still have a chance at playing.

Dark is a game about being a vampire - and vampires need to feed. You will be able to use unique moves to sneak around the maps and take down your enemies. Humans aren't your only enemies though; although the police are always on the lookout for you and must be dealt with, other vampires are just as dangerous.

So, a little bit of Thief style gameplay for those who need another stealth game. What do you guys think of Vampires as a theme? Should we see more vampire games that truly make them scary again? Tell us below.

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18:04 Jun-02-2013

looks amazing

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06:33 May-23-2013

I like the game looks cool :) .But do you think i could run it smoothly ? (reply pls ;)

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08:11 May-23-2013

Yeah I'm quite positive it'll run :)

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20:40 May-22-2013

Looks interesting and stealthy :)

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16:25 May-22-2013

Vampire: The Masquerade anyone? ;)

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14:42 May-22-2013

good to see that dx 9 is still preferred by developers hey where r the recommended requirements ?????

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22:21 May-22-2013

It's actually a bad thing. Only good thing is that Win XP is still supported for dx9 games. Bad things are that the optimation is way worse and harder to accomplish. Also the architecture is far worse than dx10, 11 which means that it would have many problems on a variety of PC parts. etc.

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11:22 May-23-2013

that's true but still developers r thinking about people who have weak rigs which is good ;)

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14:36 May-22-2013

Looks good... i like it ;)

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14:33 May-22-2013

looks interesting

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14:30 May-22-2013

I think it will be a great game!

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00:52 Jul-01-2013

Your rig's not bottlenecked???!!!!

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