New Left 4 Dead system specs see graphics card requirements lowered

By Mike, Thursday, 23 October 2008 15:06 GMT

Valve has issued a new set of system requirements for it’s rather excellent looking zombie shooter, Left 4 Dead.

According to Shacknews, these new specs are identical to the ones previously announced, apart from the fact that the graphics card requirement has been lowered from 256MB to 128MB.

This is good news for us as it means our gaming PC might be able to run this at a rock-solid 15 frames per second. Can’t wait!

Left 4 Dead comes out mid November for PC and Xbox 360.

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