The PC version of PES 2018 catches up to its console brethren at last.
The PC versions of PES have been disappointing many for a few years now- however, it seems like that is set to change with this year’s PES 2018, which finally looks to be getting a proper, equivalent PC version. This is also reflected in the game’s specs for the PC version, which are significantly higher than they have been in the years past.
You are going to need 2GB of video memory and 8GB of system RAM at minimum now just to play the game; it also seems like support for lower end CPUs and GPUs has been dropped. If your PC is decked up for the latest and greatest, you should be okay. If it is not, however, you may have to skip out on this year’s edition, and stick to last year’s release.
PES 2018 will launch on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One,, and PC on September 12 this year.