Bladestorm Nightmare – PC Requirements Revealed, Will Support DX11

Koei Tecmo has revealed the official PC requirements for Bladestorm Nightmare. From the looks of it, the PC version of Bladestorm Nightmare will be based on the current-gen and not on the old-gen version. The game will also support DX11 (all previous games from Koei Tecmo were DX9).

Bladestorm Nightmare is coming to the PC on May 29th, and here are its PC requirements:

Supported OS: Windows Vista / 7/8 / 8.1 (64bit Japanese version)
CPU Core i7 870 2.8GHz or more
(Recommended Core i7 2600 3.4GHz or more)
Memory: More than 2GB (recommended 4GB or more)
Hard disk: 12GB or more of free space (DVD 3 Disc)
Display: 640 × 480 pixels, High Color viewable display
(recommended 1920 × 1080 pixels, True Color display a 16: 9 display)
2560×1440 / 2560×1600 / 3840×2160 at a resolution of (4K), the corresponding plans to display it exceeds the full HD
Video card: VRAM 1GB or more (2GB or more recommended)
Geforce GTS 450 or more (recommended Geforce GTX 660 or more)
DirectX11 than the one that is equipped with a 3D accelerator chip compatible.
The latest version of the driver that corresponds to the DirectX11 more must be installed.
Sound board: Sound board that supports more than DirectX9.0c
Other: DVD-ROM drive required (package version only) / network connection environment required / Steam authentication (account) Required

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