Left4Dead will have roughly the same system requirements as previous Source games.
If you're curious to know if your PC can handle Valve's new zombie shooter then you need wonder no more thanks to these system specifications which were today announced by Valve's Doug Lombardi over at Half-Life2.net
is one of Valve's most eagerly awaited projects as the game is set to be geared totally towards co-operative gaming. The title casts up to four players as humans who must fight hordes of AI controlled zombies across a series of campaigns. The game has received particular praise for the new AI Director system too, which adapts the placement and ferocity of enemies according to players style and abilities.
Check out the system specs below.
: Windows Vista, XP or 2000
: 3.0 GHz P4, Dual Core 2.0 or AMD64X2 (or higher)
: 1 GB for XP / 2GB for Vista
: DVD-ROM Drive
: At least 7.5 GB of free space
: Direct X 9 compatible video card (Video card must be 256 MB or more and should be a DirectX 9-compatible with support for pixel shader 2.0)
: Direct X9.0c compatible sound card
So, what does that mean? Well, it means that the requirements are pretty much the same as any other Source game of late, but seeing as Left4Dead
runs on the same engine as Half-Life 2
and its subsequent episodes that isn't really very surprising.
If you want to know more about Left4Dead
then you can check out our hands-on Left4Dead preview
, or read our chat with game writer Chet Faliszek
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