Godfall PC Specs Have Officially Been Revealed

Alongside its PS5 launch, Gearbox has officially revealed the specs you'll need to hit to run Godfall on PC when it launches next week.

November 2, 2020

Coming from developer Counterplay Games, the upcoming looter-slasher Godfall has made its name (so far) on being one of the earliest known games coming to the PS5 at launch. However, if you aren’t getting the PS5 or want to experience the game at its fullest potential on PC, you can now start preparing for the game’s debut with its official PC specs.

Ahead of its launch next week, Gearbox Publishing has revealed the official system specs for Godfall on PC, which will be coinciding with the game’s debut as a PS5 launch title. Overall, you’ll need a fairly powerful build to run the game, with the minimum requirements citing an AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Core i5-6600 processor, 12GB of RAM, and either an AMD Radeon RX 580 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (or equivalent) graphics card.

You can check out the minimum and recommended specs for the PC version of Godfall below:

Godfall was first revealed at The Game Awards 2019, and was one of the first next-gen titles announced with its reveal for the PS5. Since then the game has made a number of appearances at different events throughout the year and has been confirmed as a launch title for Sony’s next-gen system. However, it’s worth noting that if you’re looking to pick up Godfall as one of the first games you want to play on PS5 next week, the game does require an internet connection to play, even if you’re planning to just play through the game’s single-player campaign.

Godfall will release for PS5 and PC on November 12, 2020.

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