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Lies of P system requirements

The Lies of P requirements you need to meet the minimum and recommended specs, to maintain a solid frame rate in the upcoming Soulslike.

Lies of P system requirements: The player character stares ahead

What are the Lies of P system requirements? To make sure you’ve got no strings to hold your performance down, you’ll want to check your system against the Lies of P specs. Thankfully, the soulslike isn’t too demanding.

The Lies of P minimum requirements aren’t nearly as punishing as the game’s difficulty is. Developer Neowiz confirms you won’t need the best graphics card to get the game running, as the Nvidia GTX 960 or AMD RX 560 have enough pixel pushing power to get you stuck in. Rounding things off, you’ll also need an Intel Core i3 6300 or AMD Ryzen 3 1200 processor paired with 8GB of RAM.

Here are the Lies of P system requirements:

Minimum Recommended
OS Windows 10 64-bit Windows 10 64-bit
CPU Intel Core i3 6300
AMD Ryzen 3 1200
Intel Core i3 6300
AMD Ryzen 3 1200
RAM 8GB 16GB
GPU Nvidia GeForce GTX 960
AMD Radeon RX 560
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660
AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT
Storage 50GB 50GB

Moving up to the Lies of P recommended specs, there’s no need to reach for the best gaming CPU as there’s no chip changes here between the minimum requirements. However, you’ll need a slightly more powerful GPU akin to the Nvidia GTX 1660 or AMD RX 6500 XT, alongside 16GB of RAM.

Finally, Lies of P size comes in at a reasonable 50GB. It appears that the game works on hard drives, but we’d strongly recommend installing it on the best SSD you have. If you’re in the market for a solid-state drive, we recommend the WD_BLACK SN850X.

Now the Lies of P release date has arrived, you can no longer access the demo to see how well your rig handles the game. But AMD FSR will be available to help us all boost fps higher if you’re struggling to hit the beloved 60fps.

Take the Lies of P system requirements test over on PCGameBenchmark to answer the question… Can I run Lies of P?