Gotham Knights Minimum 1080p PC System Requirements Revealed

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Steam has revealed the minimum requirements for Gotham Knights for those targeting a 60 fps experience in 1080p on PC. Using the low-quality preset players on PC can get by with either an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti/AMD Radeon RX 590 graphics card. Storage requirements for PC come in at a palatable 45 GB and only need 8 GB of memory.

MINIMUM:
OS: Windows 10 64-bit
Processor: Intel Core i5-9600K (3.7 GHz) OR AMD Ryzen 5 3600 (3.60 GHz)
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti OR AMD Radeon RX 590
DirectX: Version 12
Storage: 45 GB available space
Additional Notes: 1080p / 60fps / Low Quality Settings

YOUR LEGACY BEGINS NOW. STEP INTO THE KNIGHT.
Batman is dead. A new expansive, criminal underworld has swept the streets of Gotham City. It is now up to the Batman Family; Batgirl, Nightwing, Red Hood, and Robin; to protect Gotham, bring hope to its citizens, discipline to its cops, and fear to its criminals. From solving mysteries that connect the darkest chapters in the city’s history to defeating notorious villains in epic confrontations, you must evolve into the new Dark Knight and save the streets from descent into chaos.

Gotham Knights is an open-world, action RPG set in the most dynamic and interactive

Gotham City yet. In either solo-play or with one other hero, patrol Gotham’s five distinct boroughs and drop in on criminal activity wherever you find it.

Pre-Order bonus

Gotham Knights will release on PC and current-gen consoles on October 21 but are available for preorder on Steam for $59.99 for the base version or $79.99 for the deluxe. Preorders will get the “233 Kustom Batcycle Skin”.

Drive through the streets of Gotham in style.

Keep Gotham City safe as you patrol the streets with the 233 Kustom Batcycle Skin.

Source: Steam

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