Crysis announced just a little while ago that its graphical launch showcase for the Xbox One, Ryse: Son of Rome, will be coming to the PC too, which caused some excitement among the hardcore gaming PC circles, who wanted to see what kind of magic the new game from the makers of Crysis would weave on their high end rigs.
The answer, judging by these specs that you should have to run the game? A fair bit, it seems like. At minimum, you’ll need a dual core CPU to run the game clocked at 2.8GHz, which isn’t a biggie, but the recommended specs peg the game demanding a four core Intel or eight core AMD PC.
That’s not all, as the minimum amount of RAM the game seems to demand is 4GB, but the optimum performance will be achieved at 8GB, with another 4GB of VRAM (1GB minimum). Also, cordon off a good portion of your hard drive for Ryse, as it needs a not insubstantial 26GB of space.