Returnal Launching On PC On February 15

Returnal PC

PlayStation and Housemarque have announced that Returnal is coming to PC starting February 15. The announcement comes just two months after it was revealed at The Game Awards that the game would be coming to the platform.

The game will feature Nvidia DLSS and AMD FSR technology to improve the frame rate and overall performance of the game. In addition, ray tracing is also available for players.

For those with ultrawide monitors, Returnal will support both 21:9 and 32:9 aspect ratios. The game features 3D sound and ray-traced audio with supported headphones as well as full haptic feedback. To utilize haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, a DualSense controller directly connected via USB is required.

“Experience each encounter with nudges and rumbling cues coming directly to your fingertips, adding an extra layer of communication as an advantage to the player,” the announcement reads. “Support for Keyboard & Mouse is also available, along with a wide range of customisation options to tailor the controls to whatever suits you.”

The last thing announced was the game’s PC specs. At a minimum, the game requires an Nvidia 1060 or AMD Radeon RX 580 or greater graphics card as well as an Intel Core i5-6400 or AMD Ryzen 5 1500X CPU. With memory, it requires at least 16GB DDR4 RAM. For the best performance, it’s recommended to have 32GB DDR4 RAM. And while it’s not the worst in terms of storage needed, it’s definitely not a small game. Returnal requires 60GB of free space with an SSD being the recommended device, though an HDD will do if needed.

You can see the full Returnal PC specs below courtesy of PlayStation:

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