Nvidia Throwing in Metro: Last Light with GTX 660 or Higher


/ by Anthony Wright

Nividia recently announced they will be holding a new promotion that will be available when purchasing certain GPU’s from their line. If any of you are looking to upgrade to a GTX 660 or higher you can expect to net yourselves a free copy of Metro: Last Light so that you can see just what your shiny new graphics card can really do!

However if you are looking to purchase anything from below the 660 such as a GTX 650 Ti you will receive the Free to Play promotion instead where you will receive $75 credit to use in a handful of popular Free to Play titles.

If you already have your setup though your probably more curious to see how well your system will handle the game right? Well good news, we have the system requirements too so you can start planning those upgrades in advance.

Minimum

  • Windows: XP (32-Bit), Vista, 7 or 8
  • CPU: 2.2 GHz Dual Core e.g. Intel Core 2 Duo
  • RAM: 2GB
  • Direct X: 9.0c
  • Graphics Card: DirectX 9, Shader Model 3 compliant e.g. NVIDIA GTS 250 (or AMD equivalent e.g. HD Radeon 4000 series) or higher

For 3D Vision Support:

  • NVIDIA GTX 275 or higher
  • 120Hz Monitor
  • NVIDIA 3D Vision kit for Windows Vista, 7 or 8

Recommended

  • Windows: Vista, 7 or 8
  • CPU: 2.6 GHz Quad Core e.g. Intel Core i5
  • RAM: 4GB
  • Direct X: 11
  • Graphics Card: NVIDIA GTX 580/660 Ti (or AMD equivalent e.g. 7870) or higher

For 3D Vision Support:

  • NVIDIA GTX 580/660Ti or higher
  • 120Hz Monitor
  • NVIDIA 3D Vision kit for Windows Vista, 7 or 8

Optimum

  • Windows: Vista, 7 or 8
  • CPU: 3.4 GHz Multi-Core e.g. Intel Core i7
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Direct X: 11
  • Graphics Card: NVIDIA GTX 690 / NVIDIA Titan

For 3D Vision Support:

  • NVIDIA GTX 690
  • 120Hz Monitor
  • NVIDIA 3D Vision kit for Windows Vista, 7 or 8

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2 comments
Menashe
Menashe

I'm looking forward to this one as long as my PC can handle it. Loved the first game in the series.

Anthony Wright
Anthony Wright

Me too, I think the first deserved more attention than it got. The atmosphere and story worked together so well and just really pulled me into the game. By the end I was left wanting more, and still need to go back and replay the original to get the secret ending.