The PC requirements for Kena: Bridge of Spirits are finally here and not all that demanding
It may have been announced during Sony’s PS5 Show, but Kena: Bridge of Spirits isn’t just sticking to next-gen consoles. You’ll also be able to pick up the pixar-esque title on PC, specifically on the Epic Games Store. And along with a store page for the game, the platform has given us a peek at what Kena: Bridge of Spirits will require to run on your rig.
First thing’s first, let’s get some commonalities out of the way. Kena: Bridge of Spirits requires PC players to have 25GB of storage on hand and a video card that can handle Direct X Version 11. Those two requirements are extremely easy to fulfill, but it’s one other common trait between the two tiers listed on the Epic Games Store that stands out. Unlike some other games releasing this generation, you’ll be able to play Kena if you’re running a PC Windows 7 or even 8.1, as well as Windows 10.
With those out of the way, here are the minimum requirements for Kena: Bridge of Spirits. AMD FX-6100 or Intel i3-3220 or equivalent CPU, 8GB of memory and finally an AMD Radeon HD 7750 or Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 or equivalent graphics card.
If you’re looking to play the game at its recommended settings, naturally Kena: Bridge of the Spirits requires a bit more from your PC. You’ll need an AMD Ryzen 7 1700 or Intel i7 7600K or equivalent CPU, 16 GB of memory and an AMD RX Vega 56 or an Nvidia GTX 1070, or another graphics card that performs just as well.
While the PC requirements for Kena: Bridge of Spirits isn’t too demanding, it does give us an early look at what to expect from the requirements of some next-gen games over the course of the next year or so. As consoles move into their next generation, we’ll enter a kind of cross-gen period, where both the current and next generations of consoles are being supported. That means that requirements for games won’t get too demanding yet, just a little bit more.
For players looking to get their hands on Kena: Bridge of Spirits, as I said before, you’ll have to wait on the next generation of consoles. The game is currently set to launch in 2020, although likely towards the end of the year alongside the PS5.