Quantic Dream reveals Detroit: Become Human’s PC System Requirements

Quantic Dream reveals Detroit: Become Human's PC System Requirements

Quantic Dream reveals Detroit: Become Human’s PC System Requirements

Quantic Dream plans to release many of their former PlayStation exclusives on PC in 2019, bringing titles like Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls and Detroit: Become Human to the Epic Games Store. 

At this time none of these game has a firm release date, though now we know what kind of PC will be needed to run them, with Quantic Dream confirming that Detroit: Become Human will run using the Vulkan API and offer a high level of hardware scalability on the PC platform. 

 
Detroit: Become Human’s PC system requirements are now available, confirming that the game will run on Nvidia’s GTX 660 graphics card or higher and a Sandy Bridge i5-2400 or better. Thanks to the Vulkan API, the game will offer support for Windows 7 or newer operating systems, and the game will run on PCs with 4GB of RAM or more and at least 2GB of VRAM. Note that this is less than the PS4’s 8GB of combined system memory.   

Sadly, Quantic Dream has not released PC system requirements which include AMD hardware, leaving us with only Intel and Nvidia CPU and graphics card suggestions. 
 

Quantic Dream reveals Detroit: Become Human's PC System Requirements  

Below is Detroit: Become Human’s full PC system requirements. 

Minimum

OS: Windows 7 64-bit
Processor: Intel i5 2400 at 3.4GHz
Memory: 4GB
Graphics: Nvidia GTX 660
VRAM: 2GB
Graphical API: Vulkan

Recommended

OS: Windows 10 64-bit
Processor: Intel i7-2700K
Memory: 12GB
Graphics: Nvidia GTX 1080
VRAM: 8GB
Graphical API: Vulkan

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