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How fast should your gaming PC be?

How fast should your gaming PC be?

Now we know how good your gaming PC is to test the new MMORPG Pax Dei. In order for you to be able to try the game on Steam soon, your computer must not be too old.

What kind of game is this? MMORPG Pax Dei describes itself as a social MMORPG, which, in addition to the usual elements such as PvP, crafting, leveling and looting, is particularly notable for its basic structure.

The developers are betting big on giving players the opportunity to build impressive structures. In groups, players should be able to build entire villages and independently produce all the goods they need.

In previous tests, players have already built entire castles and shown that Pax Dei can do more than just an MMORPG. For the whole thing to work smoothly, you need enough computing power. Now we know how good your system is so that the game runs smoothly.

In the video you can see why you need enough computing power.

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Pax Dei has these requirements for a gaming PC

What should you consider? Pax Dei system requirements may change again in the next few months. It is not uncommon for developers to change requirements again before release.

According to the developers, in order to be able to play the test, your computer must at least meet the following requirements:

  • Operating system: Windows 10
  • Processor: unknown
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 or AMD Radeon RX 5500 XT
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage space: 70 GB on SSD

This means that your computer should not be too old to test the new MMORPG. But the requirements are not particularly high.

My computer is not as good as it says, can I still play? Yes, the developers said that the game should also work on inferior hardware and hence you can also participate in the Pax Dei test. However, the game may not continue smoothly, especially in intense moments, and beautiful castles may also lose some of their splendor.

If you haven't signed up to test the new MMORPG yet, take a look at our article: New MMORPG Wants to Test with 100,000 Players in April – Here's How to Participate

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