Curious if your PC can run Prodeus? On this page you will find Prodeus system requirements for PC (Windows, Mac and Linux). We constantly update our data to provide you with latest and most accurate requirements.
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Prodeus minimum requirements for Windows assume having at least Windows 7+ operating system. Your processor should be CPU @ 2+ GHz, 4 cores or a more powerful one. The minimum RAM requirement is 2 GB. As for a graphics card, it should be NVidia GTX 580 or AMD HD 7870. You also have to have 4 GB free disk space to install the game.
If you go for recommended requirements for Prodeus for Windows, your operating system should be Windows 7+. Recommended CPU would be CPU @ 3+ GHz, 8 cores CPU or equivalent. For RAM, it is recommended to have 6 GB or more. And video card — NVidia GTX 1050 or AMD RX 560.
As for Mac OS, Prodeus requirements here start with OS X operating system. Processor needs to be at least CPU @ 2+ GHz, 4 cores. 2 GB of RAM is required. Your graphics card should be NVidia GTX 580 or AMD HD 7870. Finally, the game needs 4 GB of free disk space.
As for recommended OS, it is OS X. CPU @ 3+ GHz, 8 cores processor is recommended. Plus, 6 GB of RAM. Your video card should be NVidia GTX 1050 or AMD RX 560.
If you’re on Linux, minimum requirements include Any. Processor should be CPU @ 2+ GHz, 4 cores or higher. For RAM you need 2 GB or more. Graphics card should be NVidia GTX 580 or AMD HD 7870 or better. 15GB of free disk space is a must.
For Linux recommended requirements, use Any. As for the processor/CPU, use CPU @ 3+ GHz, 8 cores or equivalent. Add 6 GB or more of RAM to it. And make sure you have NVidia GTX 1050 or AMD RX 560 graphics card.
Prodeus is the first person shooter of old, re-imagined using modern rendering techniques. It reaches the quality you expect from a AAA experience while adhering to some of the aesthetic technical limits of older hardware.