Can I Run The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth: system requirements

The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth
Developer:
Edmund McMillen, Nicalis
Publisher:
Nicalis
Release date:
Metacritic rating:
86 / 100
Our user rating:
4.9 / 5

Official The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth system requirements

These are the PC specs advised by developers to run at minimal and recommended settings. Those requirements are usually very approximate, but still can be used to determine the indicative hardware tier you need to play the game.


Minimum system requirements

Graphics card:
Discreet video card
CPU:
Core 2 Duo
Memory:
2 GB RAM
File size:
449 MB available space
Operating system:
XP
DirectX:
no data

Recommended system requirements

Graphics card:
Intel HD Graphics 4000 and higher, ATI Radeon HD-Series 4650 and higher, Nvidia GeForce 2xx-Series and up
CPU:
2.4 GHz Quad Core 2.0 (or higher)
Memory:
8 GB RAM
File size:
449 MB available space
Operating system:
Windows 8 / 7 / Vista / XP
DirectX:
no data

Minimum system requirements

Recommended system requirements

Graphics card:
Discreet video card
Graphics card:
Intel HD Graphics 4000 and higher, ATI Radeon HD-Series 4650 and higher, Nvidia GeForce 2xx-Series and up
CPU:
Core 2 Duo
CPU:
2.4 GHz Quad Core 2.0 (or higher)
Memory:
2 GB RAM
Memory:
8 GB RAM
File size:
449 MB available space
File size:
449 MB available space
Operating system:
XP
Operating system:
Windows 8 / 7 / Vista / XP
DirectX:
no data
DirectX:
no data

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