Konami has delivered some PC requirements for PES 2015, which, while not as undemanding as the ball and some posts required for a real game of football, are nonetheless quite forgiving. They were announced via the official twitter account for PES 2015 and are as follows:

    Just in case that twitter image doesn’t show up, here they are in text form as well:


    OS: Windows 7 SP1 / Vista SP2 (it’s confirmed in the twitter replies that Windows 8.1 is fine too)
    Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8 Ghz (AMD Athlon II x2 240 or similar)
    RAM: 1GB
    GPU: Nvidia GeForce7800 / ATI Radeon x1300 / Intel HD Graphics 2000 (DirectX 9.0 compatible card with 512MB of VRAM)
    Hard Drive Space: 8GB

    Wow, I haven’t seen some of those items listed in a good number of years. An ATI x1300! Anyway, on to the recommended …


    OS: Windows 7 SP1 / Vista SP2 (again, Windows 8.1 is apparently fine too)
    Processor: Intel Core i3 530 (AMD Phenom II x4 925 or similar)
    RAM: 2GB
    GPU: Nvidia GeForce7950 / ATI Radeon HD 2400 / Intel HD Graphics 3000 (DirectX 9.0 compatible card with 1024MB of VRAM)
    Hard Drive Space: 8GB

    If Konami hadn’t already told us that the PC version is going to held back in comparison to the PS4 and Xbox One versions, these specs would be a smoking gun. It’s a shame, because with FIFA 15 being somewhat disappointing on PC this year PES 2015 could perhaps have made some real inroads. But PC players are unlikely to embrace getting a “hybrid” version of the game.

    In addition to the system specs, Konami has released a new trailer featuring the previously announced Brazilian domestic team licenses.


    Peter Parrish

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