Counterplay Games have shared the minimum and recommended PC specs for their upcoming action-RPG Godfall. While the game does not seem overly demanding, it still requires a couple of powerful pieces of hardware.
Action-RPG Godfall is just around the corner now and before you decide to spend your hard-earned money on this next-gen title, you may want to take a look at the official PC system requirements, just to be sure you have adequate hardware to run the game at acceptable frame rates and of course, graphics settings.
Godfall is AMD-optimised title and will include several features that Counterplay Games have developed together with AMD. One of them is DXR 1.1 ray tracing and variable rate shading. The game will also support Fidelity FX, AMD's sharpening solution.
Counterplay Games also mentioned 4K textures and Ultra settings on 4K resolution, which will require at least 12 GB of VRAM. So, now that we listed all of the AMD features in Godfall, let's check out the official PC specs:
As you can see, Godfall won't be an overly demanding game but it's safe to say that it still requires some pretty powerful hardware. Also, it seems that last-gen 1080p graphics cards RX 580 and Nvidia GTX 1060 are coming to the end of their cycle, just like first-gen Ryzen 5 1600 CPU.
To play the game at highest settings and 60 FPS, Godfall requires at least AMD Ryzen 5 3600 or Intel Core i7-8700k for the CPU and Radeon RX 5700 XT or Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080ti for the GPU.
Godfall is officially hitting the shelves on November 12, 2020, for PC and PlayStation 5.