Hello Games Lowers Minimum Requirements

No Man's Sky: Hello Games setzt technische Mindestanforderungen herunter - keine dedizierte Grafikkarte notwendig

No Man’s Sky Has Been A Few Years, But It’s Still Very Popular and regularly receives major updates, If you haven’t dared to play the title yet because no powerful graphics card was installed, you can still try it: Apparently, the game runs wonderfully even with an integrated graphics unit like the Intel UHD 630 .

Halo Games adjusts to minimum requirements

Hello Games seems to have adjusted the minimum requirements. noisy Steam Requires at least a 64-bit processor such as an Intel Core i3, 8GB of RAM, and an Intel UHD Graphics 630 plus 15GB of storage space. A current 64-bit Windows operating system is definitely required. But is the game really playable with such devices?

Steam Deck Verified

To answer this question, you need to know that the game is now one of the Steam Deck verified games. So Valve confirms that the game runs fine on Steam Deck. And this can also be confirmed by various YouTube videos. A frame rate of 60 frames per second is also achieved there. If you transfer computing power to the PC in terms of CPU and GPU, you get pretty close to the above minimum requirements.

it’s all a matter of attitude

YouTuber RandomGaminginHD sees it that way too. User tested the game with both a dedicated graphics card and an Intel UHD chip. The prerequisite, however, is that you set the settings relatively low and choose scaling to 50 percent at 1080p. With the Intel UHD 730, more than 30 frames per second are achieved.

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This once again proves that you don’t need to buy a graphics card for several hundred euros to enjoy high quality games. However, the question remains whether the game is really fun with such low settings. It’s always interesting.

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