The complete system specs for Deep Silver Volition’s forthcoming Saints Row revival have been made public. Of course, the minimal requirements of the system were already disclosed by the studio back in June, but now you have a much clearer idea of how well your PC will play the game.
You’ll need either an AMD Ryzen 5 1500X or an Intel Core i7-6700k to run the game at the best way to make it (1080p @ 60FPS). Additionally, a card with at least 8GB VRAM is required; the developers recommend either an AMD Radeon RX 5700 or a GeForce GTX 1070.
Finally, in order to operate at the recommended settings, the game also demands 16GB RAM, which, as Andy pointed out in a piece about the PC port of Marvel’s Spider-Man, is becoming more and more typical.
If your PC isn’t quite up to the task, you may get by with an Intel Core i3-3240 or AMD Ryzen 3 1200 and a GPU with at least 4GB VRAM, such as a GTX 970 or RX 480, at minimal settings (1080p, 30FPS). Additionally, the game may be played on basic settings with just 8GB of RAM, which is a little more merciful.
On the other hand, if you want to play Saints Row at its highest setting (4k 60 FPS), a Core i5 12600 or a Ryzen 7 5800x is required. In addition, you’ll want a graphics card with 12GB of VRAM, such as a 3080ti or an RX 6800XT. Windows 10 64bit is required to run all game versions.
In such a case, your options are limited if you’re still using Windows 7 or 8. In addition, a solid-state drive must be used for installation on any setting beyond the minimum requirements, according to Deep Silver Volition, which also indicates that the game will demand 50GB of storage space.
The PC version of Deep Silver Volition’s game will not feature any specific visual options but in a new tech demo.