Si vous souhaitez jouer en 4K et 60FPS vous aurez besoin d'une GeForce RTX 4070

If you want to play at 4K and 60FPS you will need a GeForce RTX 4070

Remedy has taken a turn towards survival horror with Alan Wake 2, but it is not waiting for its imminent launch, on the eve of Halloween night, to scare us, PC users: the minimum and recommended requirements are now official and ready to play. 2160p resolution and 60 frames , you will have to invest in a graphics card whose price is higher than that of a PS5 or an Xbox Series. Moreover, in all cases it is recommended to have SSD storage.

We knew that Alan wakes up 2 It will come exclusively to Epic Games on PC and will only be distributed in digital format on all systems, but what is really curious is that the game’s requirements were announced a week after its launch. The good news is that there is room to upgrade components to enjoy this nightmare in time for the great night of terror.

The less good news is that in order to add Ray Tracing technology to the PC experience, separate minimum and recommended requirements have been established. And unsurprisingly, they are even higher.

System Requirements for Alan Wake 2 (No Ray Tracing)

Minimum

Balance

Performance

ULTRA

Quality

Low

Media

Media

High

Resolution

1080p

1440p

1080p

2160p

FPS

30

30

60

60

Graphic card

  • GeForce RTX 2060
  • Radeon RX 6600
  • GeForce RTX 3060
  • Radeon RX 6600XT
  • GeForce RTX 4070
  • Radeon RX 6700XT
  • GeForce RTX 4070
  • Radeon RX 7800XT

VRAM

6 GB

8 GB

8 GB

12 GB

DLSS/FSR2

Quality

Balance

Performance

Performance

CPU

  • Intel i5-7600K
  • or AMD equivalent
  • Ryzen 7 3700X
  • or Intel equivalent
  • Ryzen 7 3700X
  • or Intel equivalent
  • Ryzen 7 3700X
  • or Intel equivalent

RAM

16 GB

16 GB

16 GB

16 GB

S. Operator

Windows 10/11 64-bit

Windows 10/11 64-bit

Windows 10/11 64-bit

Windows 10/11 64-bit

Storage

90 GB SSD

90 GB SSD

90 GB SSD

90 GB SSD

System Requirements for Alan Wake 2 (with Ray Tracing)

TR Bajo

TR Medio

TR Alto

Quality

Average, with weak ray tracing

Medium, with medium ray tracing

Raised with High Ray Tracing

Resolution

1080p

1080p

2160p

FPS

30

60

60

Graphic card

  • GeForce RTX 3070
  • Radeon RX 6800XT

VRAM

6 GB

12 GB

16 GB

DLSS/FSR2

Quality

Quality

Performance

CPU

  • Intel i5-7600K
  • or AMD equivalent
  • Ryzen 7 3700X
  • or Intel equivalent
  • Ryzen 7 3700X
  • or Intel equivalent

RAM

16 GB

16 GB

16 GB

S. Operator

Windows 10/11 64-bit

Windows 10/11 64-bit

Windows 10/11 64-bit

Storage

90 GB SSD

90 GB SSD

90 GB SSD

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To be fair, Alan wakes up 2 This is the most recent example in an increasingly clear pattern: PC games that are also available exclusively on ninth-generation desktop systems (PS5 and Xbox Series high. However, it is also striking that none of the resolutions offered exceed 60 FPS or offer the possibility of playing without frame limits.

Remedy games tend to divide players, but giving a sequel to Alan Wake It’s a safe bet. Redirect it to the survival horror genre, a really promising idea. And, to be honest, each of the gameplays presented so far Alan wakes up 2 They establish the qualitative leap and their resounding commitment to terrorism. As an example, here is a generous dose of gameplay.

The best horror game of 2023 to frame? What is clear is that Remedy is betting a lot on one of its flagship franchises and, given what has been seen, it is ready for everyone who bets a lot on the best graphics cards to benefit from it. However, to truly verify the depth of the turn towards terror of Alan Wake -and how widely these cutting-edge components are used- we’ll have to wait a few days until Halloween.

Alan wakes up 2 will be available from October 27, 2023 exclusively for the Epic Games Store (the distributor is Epic itself), as well as on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. Considering how games of the caliber of Resident Evil 4 and Dead Space and Layers of Fear remakes have dramatically raised the bar, a sequel that overflows with ambition is appreciated. All that remains is to see to what extent you actually benefit from these high demands.