Atlas Fallen: Best PC Specifications and Minimum Requirements
"Take up the gauntlet. Liberate mankind. Destroy the Sun God."
No pressure, then. In Atlas Fallen you play as a lowly "unnamed" who comes into the possession of a gauntlet that grants awesome powers you can evolve as you level-up. Quite the Elden Ring style duality between social status and combat prowess. It's also easily to draw parallels between the themes of Atlas Fallen and Monster Hunter, with flowing, combo-based combat, neat transitions, sweet animations, and pivotally - bonking lots of monsters on the head.
Atlas Fallen also allows for a seamless co-op experience, with friends able to jump in and out for maximum fun with minimum obligation, so you can double up your crazy combos and really stick it to those desert critters, and speaking of desert - you'll want to prepare for power-sliding down sand-dunes to become your new favourite mode of transport - as from the footage we've seen, you'll be doing that a whole lot.
So if surfing the dunes playing monster whack-a-mole with a magic gauntlet sounds like your thing, read on for our PC recommendations.
Atlas Fallen PC Requirements
Although Atlas Fallen is due to release this August - having already been pushed back from a May release date, minimum and recommended PC specifications have not been released by Focus Entertainment, so until that changes, we're stuck with sensible estimations. With just a month until the game launches it's reasonable to expect an update on this soon, though.
Our Minimum Recommended Gaming PC for Atlas Fallen