The second part of The Evil Within is already proving to be a tradition-conscious continuation: As the official system requirements reveal, the creep game like its predecessor assumes an above-average amount of video storage.
Four cores or, in the case of AMD, eight bulldozer modules, Bethesda sets the minimum for the game, eight gigabytes of memory may be. The GeForce GTX 660 in the 2 GB version is equivalent to a significantly stronger Radeon HD 7970.
This only changes with the recommended system components. GeForce GTX 1060 (6 GB) and AMD RX 480 (8 GB) are not only significantly younger, but also play at the same level. The GPUs are to be coupled with a Ryzen 1600X (test) with six physical cores and twelve threads or an Intel Core i7 of the already older Haswell generation with four cores and eight threads. In the past, however, processor requirements have repeatedly shown themselves to be too high.
The Evil Within 2 will be released for Windows PCs, the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One on Friday the 13th of October 2017.