Spec Ops: The Line PC Demo Release Date & Requirements Announced

2K Games has just announced that the PC demo of Spec Ops: The Line will be released in June 12th. As promised, the demo comes to our beloved platform before the official release of its retail/digital final version that is currently slated for June 29th. Not only that, but the company has also unveiled the minimum and recommended PC requirements for it that can be viewed below. The game uses Valve’s Steamworks and will require a one-time internet Steam authentication.
The squad-based action in Spec Ops: The Line is highlighted by an intelligent squad command system that allows players to tactfully take out insurgents as they advance into the heart of Dubai. Gamers will blast their way through sandstorms with a variety of weapons and explosives, even using sand as a weapon to strategically bury enemies in their path. Combining intense action with a riveting narrative and the unique setting of a sandstorm ravaged Dubai, Spec Ops: The Line is unlike any other military shooter.
Here are the system requirements for Spec Ops: The Line PC:
Minimum Requirements:
•OS: Windows XP SP3.
•Software: Steam Client.
•Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2GHz / AMD Athlon 64 X2 Equivalent.
•Memory: 2 GB RAM.
•Hard Drive: 6 GB free.
•Video Memory: 256 MB.
•Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce 7900 GS/ ATI Radeon HD 2600XT.
•Sound Card: DirectX Compatible.
Recommended Requirements:
•OS: Windows Vista/7.
•Software: Steam Client.
•Processor: 2.4 GHz Quad Core processor.
•Memory: 3 GB RAM.
•Hard Drive: 10 GB free.
•Video Memory: 512+ MB.
•Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX/ATI Radeon HD 4850.
•Sound Card: DirectX Compatible.

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