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Old 17-12-15, 09:15 AM
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Dark Souls 3 system requirements revealed

The system requirements for Dark Souls 3 have been revealed, requiring 8GB of RAM Minimum. Can you run it, or will Dark Souls kill your PC?



Have a look at Dark Souls 3's system requirements.

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Old 17-12-15, 09:30 AM
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Cmon FROM


At least GPU and CPU requirements are pretty standard... I hope DS3 isn't going to be downgraded on PC.

Luckily enough, I'm getting a new PC soon so I'll move from 6 to 16GB lol
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Old 17-12-15, 09:31 AM
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For those who didn't know, Dark Souls 3 uses the Bloodborne engine so it'll definitely look gorgeous on PC. However FromSoftware has not officially stated that the game will run at 60fps on PC. Sounds ridiculous I know, but Dark Souls 1 on PC was also locked at 30fps until Durante released DSFix

hopefully they'll announce that the fps will actually be 60fps (or higher...wouldn't that be nice?)
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Old 17-12-15, 09:33 AM
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Wait, I just noticed the 50 GB of space needed

WHY

I hope those are high res textures. And I want 60fps.
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