GTFO is defined as a game collectively of the first person to shoot in order 4 players where the most important thing is atmosphere and cooperation. Including the doubts, the puzzle to solve it as a team, and the most epic battles, they all have some of the most amazing image details, especially the sinking situation we were able to create.
As we said, the game is proud to have Very big difficulty, and in fact the developer says it’s a “difficult” game. At this point, the interaction between the 4 partners will be crucial, and at the moment when one of them makes a mistake, it could jeopardize the success – and the health of the whole team.
Can your PC give you the best experience in this game?
Minimum requirements for GTFO
Below you will find the minimum and recommended requirements for the game as published by the developer. Keep in mind that the minimum requirements will play at 720p, while the recommended ones will play at 1080p. Later we will give you our recommendations if you want to play it with higher resolution, such as 1440p or 4K.
|Intel Core i5-2500K / AMD FX-8350
|Intel Core i7-4790K / AMD Ryzen 5 2600
|The GeForce GTX 660 / AMD is the same
|The GeForce GTX 970 / AMD is the same
|Windows 7, 8, or 10 64-bit
|Windows 10 64-bit
As you can see the system requirements for this game we can include it at a higher level, though it leaves little to be desired about “similar to AMD” because they do not specify models. In any case, you’ll need a mid-range gaming PC to be able to play GTFO with adjustment Full HD
What if you want to play in a 4K solution?
To see the requirements the game has for 1080p resolution, if you want to play in 4K resolution (also at 1440p or even 1080p but at higher FPS if your host has more Hz) with high-resolution graphics settings, our recommendation is that you should be a modern processor such as Core i7-8700K / AMD Ryzen 5 3600, with 16 GB of RAM and a compatible graphics card, at least RTX 2070 / Radeon RX 5700 XT.
As you may have already seen in the video or screen we posted, GTFO is a game with a very simple animation, but one that supports its immersive spirit in volumetric lamps, fog and dark space. It is actually a very high qualification, so it is to be expected that when they are in the final stage they can do their job well – at least.
GTFO is available as the first access to Steam, and its final version will be released directly tomorrow. Only available in English, and not subtitles.