Turtle Rock Studios has released the system requirements for their upcoming 4v1 cooperative/multiplayer first person shooter ‘Evolve.’

From the looks of it, ‘Evolve’ will feature a fair amount of adjustable options such as texture detail, model detail, tessellation, anti-aliasing and V-sync just to name a small handful.

Turtle Rock Studios also stated that the game will also be supporting 4K resolution for those who are able to tackle it. Currently, the game will not be supporting  NVIDIA SLI and AMD Crossfire on release for multiple graphics card users. However, Turtle Rock Studios has made it clear that they are already working on a solution towards the lack of support.

In terms of what has been announced, ‘Evolve’ seems fairly manageable from a rig perspective. With the game having been finished just recently, it’s certainly good news for PC gamers to see what the much anticipated title will be requiring in terms of power now that the title is finally on its way.

‘Evolve’ is a 4v1 cooperative/multiplayer first person shooter developed by Turtle Rock Studios of ‘Left 4 Dead’ series fame. Its gameplay premise is simple: four players take control of hunters equipped with a variety of different weapons and abilities, while another player takes on the role of a monster who can evolve and become stronger the more they fight and consume creatures in an environment. In a match, one side is tasked to eliminate the other through varying objectives in order to win.

Minimum requirements

Intel CPU: Core 2 Duo E6600
AMD CPU: Athlon 64 X2 6400
System RAM: 4GB
Nvidia video card: GeForce GTX 560
ATI video card: Radeon HD 5770
Video memory: 1GB
Hard drive: 50GB
OS: Windows 7 64-bit

Recommended requirements:

Intel CPU: Core i7-920
AMD CPU: A8-3870K
System RAM: 6GB
Nvidia video card: GeForce GTX 670 or GTX 760
ATI video card: Radeon R9 280
Video memory: 2GB
Hard drive: 50GB
OS: Windows 7 64-bit

‘Evolve’ will be releasing on Ps4, Xbox One and Windows PC on February 10. 

Source: Evolve Website