WWE 2K23 is headed to PC, and a variety of current, and last-generation consoles. The franchise has been coming to PC for a while now, but the port doesn’t always have all the features current-generation consoles do, which can be a bit disappointing. Either way, we now have more technical details about this version through. Here are the official WWE 2K23 System Requirements.
WWE 2K23 System Requirements
|OS||Windows 10 64-bit||Windows 10 64-bit|
|Processor||Intel Core i5-3550 / AMD FX 8150||Intel i7-4790 / AMD FX 8350|
|Memory||8 GB RAM||16 GB RAM|
|Graphics||GeForce GTX 1060 / Radeon RX 480||GeForce GTX 1070 / Radeon RX 580|
|DirectX||Version 12||Version 12|
|Storage||80 GB available space||80 GB available space|
|Sound Card||DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card||DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card|
|Additional Notes||SSD recommended, AVX – Compatible processor||SSD recommended, AVX – Compatible processor|
Compared to WWE 2K22, there isn’t really any difference here, apart from the storage requirement. Everything else is practically identical. If you’re looking to play the game at higher settings, you need something like an RX 580 paired with an i7-4790. Now, both of these components are pretty old by this point, so if you didn’t have trouble running the last entry, you should be fine here too.
Apart from that, 16 GB of RAM is recommended, and you need a total of 80 GB to install the title. This is 20 GB more than the previous game, and an SSD is also recommended this time around. It’s not a demanding title at all, and we’re really hoping it comes with current-generation console features this time around.
More and more modern PC titles don’t even recommend regular HDDs now, which is why we believe you should upgrade to an SSD now in 2023.
WWE 2K23 on PC
You can now pre-order the game on PC through Steam.
Make sure to read about all the bonuses you’ll get for an early purchase on PC or consoles.
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