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Wolfenstein: Youngblood

System requirements for Wolfenstein PC version: Youngblood revealed

Wolfenstein: Youngblood's release date is getting closer, the game will be released next July 26, and in the past few hours Bethesda has made public the system requirements needed to run ...
shenmue 3 pc requirements

Shenmue III - PC requirements revealed

Deep Silver and Ys Net have revealed the official PC requirements for Shenmue III. According to specifications, PC gamers will need at least one Intel Core i5-4460 with 4 GB of RAM ...
RANGE 2

RAGE 2, the requirements for PC version and PS4 features revealed and ...

Bethesda has now released the minimum and recommended hardware requirements to run the Windows PC version of RAGE 2.

Detroit: Become Human, Beyond: Two Souls and Heavy Rain - Hardware requirements published

The system requirements for the recently announced PC versions of Detroit: Become Human, Beyond: Two Souls and Heavy Rain are now available. The requirements for Quantic Dream games are listed on the respective pages ...

WB Games, the new Batman Arkham game will be announced at ...

The Arkham series of Rocksteady Games ended four years ago with Arkham Knight, but there is always the possibility that they could be ...

Elite Dangerous - the starter experience arrives

Elite Dangerous is updated with the new starter experience that allows new players to better understand the basics and dynamics of the game. THE...
Borderlands 3

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Devil's Hunt

Devil's Hunt - Review

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