Bladestorm Nightmare Coming to PC May 29 with DX11 Support

Archie Paras
May 19, 2015
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Koei Tecmo has revealed the official PC requirements for Bladestorm Nightmare, which seem to be based on the current-gen console versions, rather than the old-gen as was the case for Tecmo Koei’s latest title Dead or Alive Last Round. The game also offers support for DX11.

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Bladestorm Nightmare PC requirements:

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Supported OS: Windows Vista / 7/8 / 8.1 (64bit Japanese version)
CPU Core i7 870 2.8GHz or more
(Recommended Core i7 2600 3.4GHz or more)
Memory: More than 2GB (recommended 4GB or more)
Hard disk: 12GB or more of free space (DVD 3 Disc)
Display: 640 × 480 pixels, High Color viewable display
(recommended 1920 × 1080 pixels, True Color display a 16: 9 display)
2560×1440 / 2560×1600 / 3840×2160 at a resolution of (4K), the corresponding plans to display it exceeds the full HD
Video card: VRAM 1GB or more (2GB or more recommended)
Geforce GTS 450 or more (recommended Geforce GTX 660 or more)
DirectX11 than the one that is equipped with a 3D accelerator chip compatible.
The latest version of the driver that corresponds to the DirectX11 more must be installed.
Sound board: Sound board that supports more than DirectX9.0c
Other: DVD-ROM drive required (package version only) / network connection environment required / Steam authentication (account) Required

Bladestorm Nightmare is coming to the PC on May 29th.

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