Doom Eternal is one of the craziest titles coming this year. The game is published by Bethesda and its set to release on 20 March 2020. We previously heard that Doom Eternal has the ability to run at 1000 FPS if the hardware is capable. Furthermore, we also heard that Doom Eternal won’t be supporting RTX during release days, which was a huge drawback.
Coming back to the topic, Doom Eternal system requirements were also listed on the game page, but they were removed a few days later. Now many rumors are floating around the internet, whether the game system requirements were right, or we could expect something much higher.
Minimum – Low Setting | 1080p | 60 FPS
- OS: 64-bit Windows 7 / 64-bit Windows 10
- CPU: Intel Core i5 @ 3.3GHz / AMD Ryzen 3 @ 3.1GHz
- RAM: 8GB
- GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 (4GB), GTX 1060 (6GB), GTX 1650 (4GB) / AMD Radeon R9 290 (4GB), RX 470 (4GB)
Recommended – High Setting | 1440p | 60 FPS
- OS: 64-bit Windows 10
- CPU: Intel Core i7-6700K or AMD Ryzen 7 1800X
- RAM: 16GB
- GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 (8GB), RTX 2060 (8GB) or AMD Radeon RX Vega56 (8GB)
These are excellent
Well, these Specs are sort of fair, since we are looking at old generation GTX 970, R9 290 as entry cards. Afterward, we can also see that newer generation CPU’s and GTX 1080 along RX Vega are being used for high settings. Furthermore, Bethesda also said that Doom Eternal minimum system requirements will run the game in Full HD at 60 FPS. On the other hand, High System Requirements will provide the opportunity to run the game at 1440p resolution featuring 60 FPS. These system requirements look completely good, but why were they removed?
Can we expect much demanding System Requirements?
The game is set to release on March 20, which is 11 days from today. If these specs were removed a few days before release, what’s next? Well, in my opinion, Doom Eternal specs won’t change just a few days before release. The developers might be changing small bits of things, that won’t make a huge impact. However, if these System Requirements were not right, and posted by accident, then I am pretty sure, some high demanding system requirements are on the way.