Dead island 2: Recommended PC Specs

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We’re finally here, after years of trouble in development — Dead Island 2 is set to be dropped in the wild. From everything we’ve seen from the game, the world of Dead Island 2 looks over the top. Taking on zombies in a sunny location with your friends seems to be fun. Since the game looks good, many players have been wondering if Dead Island 2 can run on their rigs. The good news, we finally got specs for PC across all ranges — specifically the recommended specs. Read on for Dead Island 2 Recommended PC Specs.

Recommended PC specs for Dead Island 2

If you’re lucky enough to play the game early, you should have a good idea of how it performs. Dead Island 2 is a beefy game, and all the specs reflect that including the recommended tier.

Note that on recommended you’ll be able to play Dead Island at 60 frames per second, with a 1080P resolution.

To be able to play on recommended, make sure your computer has the following specs:

OS: Windows 10

CPU: AMD Ryzen 5600X/Intel Core i9 9900K

Memory: 16 GB

GPU: AMD Radeon RX 6600/Ge-Force RTX 2070 Super

Storage: 70 GB

Additionally, Dead Island 2 supports DirectX 12, AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution, and AMD FidelityFX Contrast Adaptive Sharpening.

Dead Island 2 on console

If you’re concerned about how the game will run on consoles, developers have shared that the PlayStation and Xbox Series X will be at 60 fps. For other older consoles like the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, the game will be capped at 30 fps.

Sadly, Dead Island 2 won’t feature cross-platform between two different platforms. Meaning PC players won’t be able to play with console users. However, the game does feature cross-generation crossplay. So you’ll be able to play with your friends from Xbox One to Xbox Series X and PlayStation 4 to PlayStation 5.

Pre-orders for Dead Island 2 are live now via

Raza Malik
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