33 Immortals System Requirements Revealed for PC

Ali Hashmi
Ali Hashmi
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33 Immortals

33 Immortals is an upcoming co-op action-roguelike from Thunder Lotus, the studio behind 2020’s Spiritfarer. This co-op title is coming to PC and Xbox consoles this year, and we now have some technical details of the PC version including the official 33 Immortals system requirements.

33 Immortals System Requirements

OSWindows 10 – 64 BitWindows 10/11 – 64 Bit
ProcessorDual Core 3.0 GHz ProcessorDual Core 3.0 GHz Processor
GPUDirectX 11-compatible graphics card with at least 2GB of video memoryDirectX 11-compatible graphics card with at least 2GB of video memory
DirectXVersion 11Version 11
Storage20 GB20 GB

33 Immortals isn’t a demanding game at all, and the barebones requirements are a good indicator. You only need a GPU with just 2 GB of VRAM and a Dual Core processor. While these may be updated near release, I doubt you’ll need much to play it on PC.

33 Immortals Gameplay Screenshot
Gameplay Screenshot

Apart from that, you need 8 GB of RAM, and only 20 GB to install 33 Immortals.

33 Immortals on PC

33 Immortals is coming to PC through the Epic Games Store and Xbox App. I haven’t seen a Steam page for this, and it’s possible this is a timed exclusive for the Epic Store.

It’s also coming to Xbox Game Pass for both PC and consoles.

While you are here, check out the system requirements for other upcoming titles, including Path of Exile 2.

What do you think of the system requirements for 33 Immortals? Are you excited about the upcoming release? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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