Sony has announced the release date for Returnal on PC after it was originally confirmed last year. The game will land on PC on 15 February and bring with it loads of cool PC-only features as well as some heft system requirements.
Returnal for PC has been in development for some time now. Late last year we saw leaks of the build running on PC but it seems the development behind the game took a bit longer than expected. The good news is that the previously-leaked PC system requirements of 32GB of RAM have now changed. You won’t need 32GB of RAM to run Returnal unless you’re aiming for 4K 60FPS on the “Epic” settings or “Ray Tracing” settings.
READ MORE – First Hour of Forspoken Gameplay Leaks Online
If you have a low-end PC, you’ll be able to play Returnal granted you have at least 16GB of RAM and a GTX 1060 or AMD RX 580. An SSD is also a requirement across the board for all specs. Check out the full specs below:
Returnal on PC comes with some fancy features. Developer Housemarque has added Dolby Atmos support to the game. You can also enjoy all the haptic features and adaptive trigger support in Returnal on PC if you plug in a DualSense controller. Returnal also features DLSS and AMD FSR but we don’t know which versions yet.
Here is a trailer showcasing all the cool things you can expect in the game. You can also pre-order it on Steam for R899. Not sure if you’ll like it? Check out my review here.
Source: PS Blog