Dig out your granny’s old rig!
PES 2015 will be releasing in November this year, and as the first installment of the series that will be running on Kojima’s FOX Engine while being developed for next gen target hardware (last year’s PES 2014 also ran on the FOX Engine, but it was developed for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3), it’s a pretty exciting time for fans of the series that seems set on plotting its comeback and reclaiming the crown that it used to hold in the PlayStation 2 days.
Anyway, if you are excited to see exactly what all you will need to run the game on your PC, the series’ official Twitter today posted both, the minimum and the recommended specs necessary to play the game. It’s not a very demanding game- it’ll need a minimum of 1GB RAM, an Intel Core Duo clocked at 1.8 GHz (or the AMD equivalent), DirectX9, 500MB of VRAM, and the graphics card doesn’t even have to be a dedicated GPU from Nvidia or AMD, the embedded Intel chipset should be fine.
The recommended specs are slightly more demanding, but still, this is not a game you’ll be using to conduct benchmark tests or anything, that’s for sure.