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Last Epoch system requirements

Another Diablo-like ARPG has emerged, and like other isometric loot-fests, the minimum and recommended specs are incredibly easy to meet.

Last Epoch system requirements

What are the Last Epoch system requirements? Action RPGs can often be the easiest games to run on PC, largely due to the difference in detail they require, especially when they adopt an isometric camera like Last Epoch.

This Diablo-like game has already sold one million copies despite being in early access. Only time will tell if it becomes one of the best PC games you can play, but one thing we do know is that you won’t need the best graphics card to run it.

The Last Epoch minimum requirements call for hardware that is over a decade old, so you shouldn’t struggle if you’ve updated your gaming laptop or PC in the last ten years.

You’ll need an Intel Core i5 2500 or AMD FX 4350 CPU with an Nvidia GTX 660 Ti or AMD R9 270. The RAM requirement for minimum specs sits at 8GB.

Here are all of the Last Epoch system requirements:

Minimum Recommended
OS Windows 10 or later Windows 10 or later
GPU Nvidia GTX 660 Ti
AMD R9 270
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060
AMD RX 480
CPU Intel Core i5 2500
AMD FX 4350
Intel Core i5 6500
AMD Ryzen 3 1200
Storage 20GB SSD 20GB SSD

The Last Epoch recommended specs aren’t much of a jump outside of doubling the RAM requirement to 16GB. On top of this, you’ll need either an Intel Core i5 6500 or AMD Ryzen 3 1200 CPU with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 or AMD RX 480.

This hardware is in the region of six to eight years old still, so shouldn’t be of any concern if you’ve upgraded recently. That being said, there is no detail on what level of performance to expect if you meet the minimum or recommended specs, so pushing for good performance on high settings could still require components that are far more recent than those listed.

The Last Epoch download size sits at just 20GB, with an SSD recommended at all system requirement levels, although you will still be able to install the game on an HDD. As always, we recommend having one of the best SSDs for gaming even if the system requirements don’t call for it, as the performance benefits are always useful.

The Last Epoch release date isn’t too far away, so if you find yourself wondering ‘Can I run Last Epoch?‘, take the system requirements test over on PCGameBenchmark to find out.