The Day Before requirements and release date

The Day Before is an open world MMO game that is directly inspired by The Division, and that also presents us with a post apocalyptic settingalthough this time we will have to face a virus that turns people into zombies.

The first time we heard about this game was in 2021, and soon after everything related to its development ended up shrouded in very marked secrecy. Rumors of cancellation began to emerge, but in the end these have not been fulfilled, and already we know both the release date and the requirements that The Day Before will have.

First of all, it is important to make it clear that The Day Before is not going to be a game of generational transition, and that It will only come to PC, PS5, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. This is good news because it means that said game will not have to start from the limitations imposed by the old generation of consoles at the hardware level.

Minimum requirements

  • Windows 7 64-bit or higher.
  • Intel Core i5 4430 or AMD FX 6300 processor.
  • 10 GB of RAM.
  • Graphics card GTX 960 with 2 GB or Radeon R7 370 with 2 GB.
  • 75 GB of free space.
  • DirectX 11.

The Day Before cover

recommended requirements

  • Windows 10 64-bit or higher.
  • Intel Core i5 6600K or AMD Ryzen 5 1600 processor.
  • 16GB of RAM.
  • Graphics card GTX 1060 with 6 GB or Radeon RX 580 with 4 GB.
  • 75 GB of free space.
  • DirectX 11.

The requirements for The Day Before are fairly low for a current-gen exclusive game, but it does fit with the fact that it is Xbox Series S that marks the base hardware for the development of this game. Still, it’s important to note that those requirements only apply to 1080p, and to play at higher resolutions optimally you’ll need much more powerful hardware.

On the other hand, NVIDIA has confirmed that The Day Before will support ray tracing applied to reflections, lighting and ambient occlusion, and that will be compatible with the NVIDIA DLSS 3 technology, which means it will take advantage of both DLSS Super Resolution and frame generation. The former intelligently rescales and rebuilds the image to a given resolution from a lower resolution, and the latter produces a GPU-only rendered frame from two traditionally rendered frames.

The Day Before will hit the market on March 1 of this year.

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