Avalanche’s Generation Zero releases on March 26th, official PC system requirements revealed

Avalanche Studios has announced that its open-world survival game, Generation Zero, will release on March 26th. Furthermore, the team has revealed (via its Steam store page) the game’s official PC system requirements.

According to the specs, PC gamers will at least need an Intel i5 Quad Core CPU with 8GB of RAM and an nVidia GTX 660 or an ATI HD7870. The team recommends an  Intel i7 Quad Core with 16 GB or RAM and an NVIDIA GTX 960 or an AMD R9 280 graphics card. It’s also worth noting that the game will require 35GB of free hard-disk space.

In Generation Zero, players will explore a vast open world, rendered with the APEX engine, featuring a full day/night cycle with unpredictable weather, complex AI behavior, simulated ballistics, highly realistic acoustics and a dynamic 1980’s soundtrack.

Below you can find the game’s full PC requirements.

Generation Zero Official PC System Requirements


    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • OS: 64bit OS – Windows 7 with Service Pack 1
    • Processor: Intel i5 Quad Core
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: nVidia GTX 660 / ATI HD7870 – 2GB VRAM / Intel® Iris™ Pro Graphics 580
    • Storage: 35 GB available space


    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • OS: 64bit OS – Windows 10
    • Processor: Intel i7 Quad Core
    • Memory: 16 GB RAM
    • Graphics: nVidia GTX 960 / R9 280 – 4GB VRAM
    • Storage: 35 GB available space

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