Valkyria Chronicles 4 PC System Requirements Revealed; Will Support 4K and Ultra-Widescreen Monitors
Sega has revealed the minimum PC system requirements for Valkyria Chronicles 4, which will support 4 resolution and even ultra-widescreen.
Today Sega made Valkyria Chronicles 4 available for pre-order and the opening of the official Steam page revealed the PC system requirements for the game.
We only get the minimum requirements, while the recommended ones are still marked as “TBC.” That being said, you can check them out below.
- OS: Microsoft Windows 7 64-bit
- Processor: Intel Core i3 6100 or equivalent AMD
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 650Ti 2GB
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Storage: 71 GB available space
They’re certainly very gentle on your rig, and pretty much anyone should be able to run the game on a gaming PC that isn’t entirely obsolete. The only thing that sticks out is a whopping 72 gigabytes of hard disk drive required. This quite possibly involves high-resolution textures that aren’t included in the PS4 version. Comparing it with the Japanese release, which is currently sitting on my PS4 Pro’s HDD, that’s only 26,9 GB.
The listing does mention that the game has been optimized for PC including 4K resolution and ultra-widescreen support.
“Optimised for PC
4K resolutions, customisable keyboard and mouse controls, even ultra- widescreen support. Also includes achievements and Steam trading cards.”
If you want to read more about the game, You can also enjoy our hands-on preview from E3, and check out a trailer featuring the Switch version, and another one showing the opening cutscene. Demos for the console versions have also been released today, but nothing for PC.
The game will be available on September 25th for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC.
If you prefer the physical editions on consoles, can already pre-order Valkyria Chronicles 4 including its rich collector’s edition from Amazon.
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