Konami has announced the PC system requirements for its upcoming, highly anticipated game, Metal Gear Survive. The game is slated for release on 22 February 2018. For those who may not be aware, Metal Gear Survive is built around the same engine (Fox Engine) as the previous game in the series, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
Metal Gear Survive is essentially a spinoff of Metal Gear Solid V, and it takes place in a “strange alternative universe” according to the game’s description. Interestingly, the game’s graphics and mechanics are apparently going to be similar to the older Metal Gear Solid V. Those aside, let’s take a look at the PC specifications needed to run this game smoothly.
To run the Metal Gear Solid at “acceptable” framerates, Konami mentioned that one would require an Intel Core i5-4460 or better processor. In addition, a Nvidia GTX 650 or better graphics card. 4GB RAM and 20GB of free storage space is also required; which is 8GB lower than the previous Metal Gear Solid V game.
Next up is the recommend specifications. This time round, the processor requirements have been increased to an Intel Core i7-4790 or better processor along with 8GB RAM. In addition, a Nvidia GTX 960 or higher is now needed to run the game smoothly. Storage requirements is, of course, kept the same at 20GB. Metal Gear Survive is now available for pre-order on Steam for RM140.