Square Enix has revealed the PC specs for their upcoming Marvel’s Avengers. The developers further unveiled a 30gb “high-resolution texture pack” to sharpen up your in-game experience of the MCU bought to life.
According to a Square Enix blog post, the studio says the pack will offer “the richest, highest-detailed visuals throughout the game world.”
Detailed below are the minimum specs needed for Marvel’s Avengers.
- OS: Windows 10 64-bit
- CPU: i3-4160 or AMD equivalent
- 8GB RAM
- NVIDIA GTX 950 / AMD 270 (min 2GB video ram)
- DirectX 12
- 75GB HDD space
As for the recommended specs, read on:
- Windows 10 64-bit
- CPU: Intel Core i7 4770K, 3.4 GHz or AMD Ryzen 51600, 3.2 GHz
- 16GB RAM
- NVIDIA GTX 1060 6GB or AMD Radeon RX 480, 8GB.
- DirectX 12
- 110GB SSD space
Elsewhere, Square Enix revealed that there would be “support for ultra-wide resolutions,” including “multi-monitor configurations so Marvel’s Avengers will look good no matter your set up.”
Square Enix is further offering a “fully unlocked framerate to support extremely responsive 144hz gameplay on capable systems.”
Keyboard and mouse controls will be “fully configurable,” with customization options for play style and the ability to “seamlessly switch between controllers and keyboard/mouse” available.
For those who aren’t too fussed for specifics, there’s a “recommended controller configuration,” courtesy of Square Enix.
Marvel’s Avengers launches on Steam from September 4. The Pre-Order Beta on Steam goes live from tomorrow, August 14-16. The open Beta is available from August 21-23 to all Steam players.
The Beta will offer “a slice of the full game experience: single-player content from the original campaign, co-op War Zone missions, hero and world progress, and even more!”
Back in June, footage of a canceled Avengers game surfaced on YouTube. The footage originates from a proposed game set for release in 2012 at the same time as the first Avengers film. Sadly, Marvel terminated the contract with THQ, and this led to its cancelation.
The footage, (over ten minutes in total), comes courtesy of gaming historian Andrew Borman and can be seen below via his Youtube channel. By appearances, the untitled game footage follows in the steps of four-player co-op games seen by Left 4 Dead.