Ryse Son of Rome, the former Xbox One exclusive has had its PC release date revealed alongside the minimum and recommended system requirements to run it. According to the Steam store page, the game will have a launch price of £34.99, the digital version of the title will be self published by Crytek while the physical boxed release will be taken care of by Deep Silver.
Crytek has previously noted that the PC version will support 4K resolutions and will include all of the DLC released for the Xbox One version since its launch in November last year.
The minimum system requirements for the game are:
- Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8.
- Intel Dual-Core 2.8 GHz/ AMD Dual-Core 3.2 GHz or better.
- 4GB RAM
- Direct X 11 graphics card with at least 1GB of video memory.
- 26GB available hard drive space.
Reccomended system requirements are a little higher, an AMD 8 core or an Intel quad-core CPU is recommended, your system should have 8GB of RAM while your GPU is recommended to have 4GB of VRAM.
Ryse Son of Rome will release on Steam on the 10th of October. It is currently up for pre purchase on Steam for £34.99 in the UK and $39.99 in the US.
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KitGuru Says: Due to Ryse Son of Rome’s poor critical reception, I find it hard to imagine that PC owners are going to be rushing out to buy the game at full price. That said, it might be worth checking out on the PC if you can pick it up for a better price. Did any of you guys play Ryse on the Xbox One? If not, will you be checking it out on the PC?