The Red Dead Redemption 2 PC System Requirements have been leaked and they aren’t as scary as we thought they’d be. Apart from the fact that the game is indeed tied to the Rockstar Games Launcher, which would be a negative for some, the requirements themselves are understandable.


The leak originates from Nibel on Twitter, a notorious leaker that was the source of multiple legit reveals in the past. Given the specifications we see in his post, this one shouldn’t be far from reality too.


Here are the full Red Dead Redemption 2 PC minimum and recommended system requirements:


MINIMUM SPECIFICATIONS



  • OS: Windows 7 – Service Pack 1

  • Processor: Intel Core i5-2500K / AMD FX-6300

  • Memory: 8GB

  • Graphics Card: Nvidia GeForce GTX 770 2GB / AMD Radeon R9 280 3GB

  • HDD Space: 150GB

  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible


RECOMMENDED SPECIFICATIONS



  • OS: Windows 10 – April 2018 Update (v1803)

  • Processor: Intel Core i7-4770K / AMD Ryzen 5 1500x

  • Memory: 12GB

  • Graphics Card: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 6GB / AMD Radeon RX 480 4GB

  • HDD Space: 150GB

  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible


In addition, the post confirms that the game needs a 64-bit processor and operating system in order to work. Its size though is something to be concerned about. The console version of Red Dead Redemption 2 weight around 105GB, while the PC version skyrockets that number by 50GB. That’s like a second game included. Most of the time, the HDD space needed by the requirements is far more than what the game needs so it might just be a safety wall.


Note that this is nothing more than a leak. Nothing is yet confirmed by Rockstar Games. We’ll have to wait for the official Red Dead Redemption 2 PC system requirements in order to see if we can play it or not. This is a legit crash test however if your system is somewhere around those prerequisites then most likely you’ll be able to play the game when it launches in November.


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