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Earlier this week Crytek released system requirements for the PC version of Ryse. However, they announced this weekend that these requirements weren't entirely accurate.
The confusion stems from the recommended requirements. Initially the recommended specs they posted on Steam were for 4K resolution. That gave players the impression that they would need a really high-end system just to run Ryse with good quality visuals.
To clarify things, Crytek broke down the official system requirements into three categories:
The game also features a co-op gladiator mode. Two players can enter the Colosseum to defeat hordes of enemies together. Ryse's PC version comes with all the DLC released for the original Xbox One version, including new maps, character skins and a survival mode. This amounts of 26 different multiplayer maps.
I personally wasn't thrilled with Ryse when I played it on Xbox One. The game looks great but it gets repetitive thanks to all the Quick Time Event executions. The PC version's not going to fix that. Still, it sounds like it's going to be the better version at least thanks to the improved visuals and included DLC. Plus the game is $39.99 on PC, making it significantly cheaper than its Xbox One counterpart.
Ryse will launch on PC on October 10th. You can pre-purchase through Steam to get the full soundtrack for free. You can check out one sample song from the soundtrack here.