The game won’t be a huge drain on your computer as long as you have enough RAM.
The long wait for No Man’s Sky is finally winding down. After what feels like years of just wanting to know when the title was going to release, we’re now just months away from having the game in our hands. We’ve known for a while the title was finally coming in June and now it looks like it will be launching on June 21. GOG and Steam are preparing for the release of No Man’s Sky by finally offering up pre-orders for the PC versions packed with a couple of little goodies. Because the companies are offering the ability to purchase the game, developer Hello Games has gone ahead and released the hardware requirements in order to play the game.
It doesn’t appear to be a game that pulls a ton of processing power, but there is a decent demand for RAM. This particular game requires 8 GB RAM. The good news for people who might have some storage, but no where near the best graphics card is that it appears this game will be able to run with one that isn’t the most expensive or best running card. Check out the full requirements below. No Man’s Sky is launching on the PC and PS4 on June 21, 2016 barring any more delays. If you buy the PC version from GOG you’ll be able to get the Horizon Omega ship as a bonus.