Next-gen game Ghostwire: Tokyo hardware requirements

Next-gen game Ghostwire: Tokyo hardware requirements

The first generation of consoles with SSD players on the PC has not yet brought any benefits. However, the upcoming game Ghostwire: Tokyo is perhaps the first example of a next-gen title that, due to the speed of the disk on the consoles, does not require duplication of data within the installation on the PC.


Namely, the game will require only 20 gigabytes of free disk space (which is recommended to be SSD type). This is atypically small, because rarely does a larger PC game weigh less than 40 GB today, and installations reach up to a hundred gigabytes. However, the two games that were made only for the new generation PlayStation (5) except on the PC were already "smaller" than the average on two occasions - first Deathloop (30 GB), and now Ghostwire: Tokyo.


Both games have another similarity: the minimum working memory requirement is set to 12 GB, which is also atypical - most multiplatform titles today require a minimum of 8 GB. Therefore, it is possible that new PC games, which are not made for the old generation of consoles, could weigh less and require more RAM in the future.


Will, it is like that - the future will show. Until then, here are the aforementioned requirements for Ghostwire Tokyo:


Minimum requirements for Ghostwire: Tokyo :


Processor: Core i7 4770K, or AMD Ryzen 5 2600

Graphics: Nvidia GTX 1060 or AMD RX 5500 XT

Memory: 12 GB RAM

Disk: 20 GB free space (SSD recommended)

System: 64-bit Windows 10 version 1909 or higher


Recommended requirements for Ghostwire: Tokyo:


Processor: Core i7 6700 or AMD Ryzen 5 2600

Graphics: Nvidia GTX 1080 or AMD RX 5600 XT

Memory: 16 GB RAM

Disk: 20 GB free space (SSD recommended)

System: 64-bit Windows 10 version 1909 or higher

 

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