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Don't worry, your PC will be able to run Alan Wake Remastered

Is your PC ready for Alan Wake Remastered?

Don't worry, your PC will be able to run Alan Wake Remastered

Don't worry; your PC will be able to run Alan Wake Remastered

Alan Wake Remastered is coming to PC, Xbox and PlayStation on October 5th, the game's PC version arriving exclusively through the Epic Games Store. With Epic Games acting as the game's publisher, you can't fault Epic Games for making its PC version available exclusively on their gaming platform. Don't expect a Steam release of Alan Wake Remastered in 2022.  

Alan Wake Remastered maintains the gameplay of the game's original release while giving the game "all-around" graphical upgrades on all platforms. This will also be the first time that Alan Wake has been made available on PlayStation hardware. 

On the Epic Games Store, Alan Wake Remastered has been listed with a £24.99 price tag and a full list of PC system requirements. Thankfully, Alan Wake Remastered will be easy to run on all modern PCs, which is strange given the game's support for Nvidia's performance-boosting DLSS technology. Perhaps Alan Wake Remastered has some ultra-demanding graphics options that are exclusive to PC and current-generation consoles.     
   


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Alan Wake Remastered will include the original game's two expansions, The Signal and The Writer. The game will also feature a director's commentary from the game's creative director Sam Lake.

With a minimum GPU requirement of an Nvidia GTX 960, practically all PC gamers should have few issues running Alan Wake Remastered. Nvidia's GTX 960 launched in January 2015, and it was a mid-range product at the time of its release. 

Minimum

- OS - Windows 10 64-bit
- CPU - Intel i5-3340 or equivalent
- RAM - 8GB or higher
- GPU - Nvidia GTX 960 or AMD equivalent with 2GB of VRAM

Recommended

- OS - Windows 10 64-bit
- CPU - Intel i7-3770 or equivalent
- RAM - 16GB
- GPU - Nvidia GTX 1060 or AMD equivalent with 4GB of VRAM

You can join the discussion on Alan Wake Remastered's PC system requirements on the OC3D Forums


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20-09-2021, 17:27:33

ImprovizoR
It looks like a pretty solid remaster, judging by comparison images and videos. They actually put some effort into this.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S3mJMjbza84Quote

20-09-2021, 18:25:23

Dark NighT
Epic store exclusive again, oh well, thats a pass for me.Quote
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