PlayStation has announced that its once PS5 exclusive, Returnal is finally coming to PC on February 15.
Announced in a new PlayStation Blog post, some new details of Returnal’s long-awaited arrival on PC have been shared. The developer studio Housemarque has announced NVIDIA DLSS and AMD FSR support.
Another novelty of the PC version is the incorporation of the Ultrawide resolution at 21:9 and Super Ultrawide at 32:9.
Returnal’s PC port was first announced back in September, following a series of leaks and other rumors. PlayStation also shared the system requirements back in December, revealing that Returnal recommends players have at least 32GB of RAM (and 16GB as a minimum). Gamers will also need a minimum Intel Core i5-6400 or AMD Ryzen 5 1500X processor, and at least an Nvidia GeForce GTZ 1060 or AMD Radeon RX580.
Here you can read our analysis of Returnal in its version for PS5, where we commented that “Returnal is a superb roguelike with certain peculiarities that bring the genre closer to the general public, but without losing the difficulty and the maximum demand. Enigmatic and mysterious, it fails to offer an endless experience but it nails it by inviting the player to find all their answers. The first great experience that truly feels like a new generation.”