PC players can get ready to experience the harsh environments of Atropos very soon, with Retrunal officially getting a February 15th, 2023, release date.
Mikael Haveri from developer Housemarque took to the PS Blog to share the news of the PC release, along with the recommended specs and features that’ll be available. The PC release of Returnal will support NVIDIA DLSS, NVIDIA NIS and AMD FSR, allowing players to increase the framerate without dipping the overall resolution of the game. Returnal will now also support re-traced reflections, compared to the PS5 release, which only used ray-traced shadows. The PC release will also support Ultradewide at 21:9 and Super Ultrawide at 32:9.
As the sound and DualSense controller implementation was a big part of the game on PlayStation 5, they will also be supported on PC. Players can play the game with a PlayStation DualSense Controller (mouse and keyboard are still supported, of course) for the best tactile experience and listen to deep sounds and great music with support for Dolby Atmos, 5.1 and 7.1 surround sound.
Check out the recommended specs below.
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