The Silent Hill 2 Remake Requires A Graphics Card With At Least 60 Frames Per Second, According To Konami

The Silent Hill 2 Remake Requires A Graphics Card With At Least 60 Frames Per Second, According To Konami
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Silent Hill 2 is being redone. Last night, at Konami’s presentation, the company revealed a whole crop of Silent Hill titles currently under development. Thus this is the information that was disclosed regarding those games. The development of Silent Hill 2 is the furthest along of the games that have been mentioned. A PlayStation Blog post has confirmed that the game would be developed on Unreal Engine 5 and will fully use the PS5’s current-generation hardware.

PC gamers will, alas, have to shell out additional cash in order to take advantage of all of this cutting-edge technology. The PC requirements for Silent Hill 2 are among the most demanding I’ve ever seen, both in terms of the lowest and the suggested levels.

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Bloober Team and Konami have said that in order to play Silent Hill 2 on Low/Medium quality levels in FullHD (1080p) at a consistent 30 frames per second, you will need an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080. This is the very minimum need. In addition, you will need either an RTX 2080 or an AMD Radeon 6800XT in order to play the game at Medium quality settings at 60 frames per second or High-quality settings at 30 frames per second.

Windows 11 in 64-bit mode is the operating system that is suggested.
Processor: Intel Core i7-8700K | AMD Ryzen 5 3600X
Memory: 16 GB of Random Access Memory
For graphics, either an NVIDIA® GeForce® 2080RTX or an AMD RadeonTM 6800XT is recommended.
DirectX: Version 12
Storage: 50 GB available space

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The great news is that you have at least nine months left until you will be required to purchase either a PS5 or an RTX 2080 to play the remade version of Silent Hill 2. Given the frequency with which games are moved back in the modern day, the wait could be significantly longer.