Life is Strange True Colors

Life is Strange: True Colors will have Ray Tracing Shadows, PC Requirements revealed

Square Enix has announced that Life is Strange: True Colors will feature Ray Tracing Shadows. In addition, the publisher revealed the game’s official PC system requirements.

According to the specs, PC gamers will at least need an AMD Phenom II X4 965 or Intel Core i5-2300 with 6GB of RAM. The game will support both DX11 and DX12, and will require 30GB of free hard-disk space.

Life is Strange:   True Colors – System Requirements

OS

Minimum: Windows 10 64-bit
Recommended: Windows 10 64-bit

CPU

Minimum: AMD Phenom II X4 965, 3.40 GHz / Intel Core i5-2300, 2.80 GHz
Recommended: AMD FX-8350, 4.00 GHz / Intel Core   i5-3470, 3.20 GHz

RAM

Minimum: 6 GB RAM
Recommended: 8 GB RAM

Graphics

Minimum: Radeon HD 7790, 2 GB / GeForce GTX 750Ti,   2 GB
Recommended: Radeon RX 590, 8 GB / GeForce GTX   1060, 6 GB

DirectX

Minimum: Version 11
Recommended: Version 11

HDD/SSD

Minimum: 30 GB
Recommended: 30 GB

Lastly, for gaming in 4K, at Cinematic quality presets, 30fps, with or without ray-tracing, you’ll need the following specs.

Life is Strange: True Colors   – Minimum Requirements To Run At Maximum Settings

OS

Windows 10 64-bit

CPU

Intel   Core i7-7700 or AMD Ryzen 5 2500X

RAM

16 GB RAM

Graphics

NVIDIA   GeForce RTX 3080, 10 GB or AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT, 16 GB

DirectX

Version 11,   Version 12 for ray-tracing

HDD/SSD

30 GB

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