The system requirements for The Evil Within is out which are surprisingly high. So if you are thinking to look into minimum system requirements then there is a problem there is no minimum requirement. Yes only recommended system requirement. Now take a look at the recommended system requirements below and see if you can run it or not?

The system requirements for The evil within are surprisingly high

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Recommended PC system specifications:

64-bit Windows 7/Windows 8
i7 with four-plus cores
50 GB of hard drive space (50 GB needed to install, but the game will actually only take up around 41 GB of hard drive space, Bethesda says)
GeForce GTX 670 or equivalent with 4 GB of VRAM
High-speed internet connection
Steam account

Well, for those who have system requirements below recommended settings might be able to run it, but Bethesda also said “We do not have a list of minimum requirements for the game, If you’re trying to play with a rig with the settings below these requirements, we cannot guarantee optimal performance.”Anyway you should have 4gb of VRAM.

The install size of consoles is also announced
Xbox One — 40 GB
PlayStation 4 — 40 GB
PlayStation 3 — 7 GB
Xbox 360 — 7 GB (game must be installed to HDD or a USB 2.0 or higher flash drive)

The Evil within is also made by Shinki Mikami, who also made the horror game series, Resident evil. The game will be Third-person perspective the player will have access to many kinds of weapons. The player must decide when to run and when to fight in order to survive. The main character is Sebastian Castellanos, who while investigating a gruesome murder finds himself in a world where people’s darkest fear live.

The game is set to release on October 14 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, Xbox one and Xbox 360.

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