Developer Counterplay Games has revealed the minimum and recommended specs for their new game, Godfall. Being a launch title for the PlayStation 5, one would expect a pretty snazzy visual presentation, so let’s see what the PC port can tell us by looking at the Godfall system requirements.
The system requirements for the PC port have been released. Showcasing a pretty decent modern machine should handle the game no problem. A first-gen Ryzen or relatively fast Skylake is a minimum on the CPU front. For the minimum GPU, you will need an RX 580 or 1060 from team green. So as long as you have a PC from the last 4-5 years, you should be able to run the game just fine. The minimum specs won’t be visually pretty or anything, but you can at least play the game at a console-like experience, assuming you don’t mind frame dips every so often.
The recommended specs are obviously a bit beefier and more recent. For a title that’s leading the build-up for next-generation gaming on console, Godfall is running pretty lean. You only really need a 1080 Ti or better in terms of GPU to really crank the effects. An AMD Ryzen 3600 or Intel Core I7-8700 CPU will run it perfectly fine at 1080p as well.
Though we see a pretty big jump in performance between the minimum and recommended specs, the game should run fine either way. The exact details on resolution and framerates have not been revealed though. It’s a safe bet to expect 1080p to be the baseline. If you’re looking to go into higher-end workloads like 4K or 120 FPS, you will need more modern hardware. Something like a top-end Ryzen and 2060 SUPER or better would be a good start for something like a 120 FPS 1080p experience with Godfall.
Godfall System Requirements – Minimum Specs
- OS – Windows 10
- CPU – AMD Ryzen 5 1600 or Intel Core I5-6600
- 12 GB RAM
- GPU – AMD Radeon RX 580 or Geforce GTX 1060
Godfall System Requirements – Recommended Specs
- OS – Windows 10
- CPU – AMD Ryzen 3600 or Intel Core I7-8700
- 16 GB RAM
- GPU – AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT or GeForce GTX 1080 Ti