The message comes by Ghostwire: Tokyo‘S steam Page. Currently available for pre-order, the site has newly updated system requirements. SSD storage is recommended, but players only need 20GB of free space. That’s pretty little compared to modern standards.
Unusually, however, it uses more RAM than most games. A minimum size of 12GB is listed, with 16GB being the recommended size. Most games typically require at least 8GB, although of course more is more.
Elsewhere, system specs call for an Intel Core I7 4770K @ 3.5GHz or an AMD Ryzen 5 2600 processor. In terms of graphics card, gamers will need at least an Nvidia GTX 1060 or AMD RX 5500 XT graphics card. Ideally, however, an Nvidia GTX 1080 or AMD RX 5600 XT is recommended.
A release date for was confirmed just last week Ghostwire: Tokyo. Accompanying this were new gameplay videos, including a 20-minute presentation of what to expect. The game will be released on March 25th for PC and PS5.
The game is set in modern-day Tokyo, where the vast majority of its residents have mysteriously disappeared. It’s up to the player to find out what’s going on and face an invasion of supernatural beings and urban legends.
In NME’s handy preview of Ghostwire: Tokyo, we said it feels like “an intriguing exploration of Tokyo”. It also sometimes mentions the surreal nature of the game world.
Elsewhere, the creator of left 4 Dead thinks there are “just not enough” co-op games. In part, Mike Booth thinks this may be because it’s difficult to make a “good” co-op game.