Bethesda has put out the system requirements for MachineGames' upcoming first-person shooter and prequel to last year's Wolfenstein title, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood. If you're wondering whether your system can run the game, it probably can–provided you purchased it in the last few years and have a graphics card that's capable of at least running Minecraft. Really, the requirements aren't very steep.
According to Bethesda, you'll need 38GB of hard drive space to install the game onto your PC and a high-speed internet connection to download it. There's no multiplayer, so you don't have to worry about your ping.
Here's what systems you'll need to get the game running on minimum or recommended settings:
Minimum PC requirements
• Intel core I5 @ 3.3 GHZ or AMD FX-8320 @ 3.5GHZ
• 4GB RAM
• 1 GB VRAM or more (NVIDIA Geforce GTX 560 or AMD Radeon HD 6870)
Recommended PC requirements
• Intel core I7 @ or AMD FX-8350
• 8GB RAM
• 3 GB VRAM or more (NVIDIA Geforce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon R9 280
Bethesda's also put out an infographic detailing when you'll be able to pre-load the game and play it.