Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League System Requirements

Here are the Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League system requirements with some notes about performance from the play test.

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Screenshot by Rocksteady
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As the release date of Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League approaches, you may be wondering what the system specs are. Judging from the alpha test, the game will be optimized well for PC. Here are the Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League system requirements.

What are the System Requirements in Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League?

Rocksteady Studios has done a great job of optimizing the game for modern machines. I was surprised to see how smoothly the game runs on medium to high-end rigs, reaching around 60 to 90FPS. Let’s check out the specs and then discuss the performance.

Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League Minimum Requirements

  • OS: Win 10 (64 bit)
  • Processor: Intel i5-8400 or AMD Ryzen 5 1600 3.20 GHz
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 1070 or AMD Radeon RX Vega 56
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 65 GB available space
  • RAM: RAM: 16 GB (2×8)

Suicide Squad Kill the Justice League Recommended Requirements

  • OS: Win 10 (64 bit)
  • Processor: Intel i7-10700K or AMD Ryzen 7 5800 X3D
  • Graphics: NVIDIA RTX 2080 or AMD RX 6800-XT (16GiB)
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 65 GB available space
  • RAM: RAM: 16 GB (2×8)
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These are quite decent specs for a modern, fast-paced action game, especially one focused on online co-op. I’m happy that the minimum system requirements support even lower-end machines with 16 GB of RAM. That said, if you have the recommended specs, which aren’t steep, you’ll have a smooth experience.

Long story short, once the game launches on February 2, should be superbly optimized, judging from the alpha test and from the delays. Live service elements aside, this is the case where Rocksteady taking a little bit of extra time did wonders for the optimization. I had a stable 60FPS on medium to high settings on a friend’s RTX 2080 Ti I tested it on with Ryzen 5. The game ran decently, even on my lower-end GTX 1060.

There was some stuttering, but this is natural for an alpha-test Unreal Engine game. I found that disabling background videos stopped stuttering. Fingers crossed for the game’s launch.

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From playing RPGs and dungeon mastering for his D&D group to reading novels and scribbling about his fantasy setting, Gordan is a full-time nerd and devoted writer for GameSkinny. He loves to overshare and discuss literature, music, animation, and trees with fellow geeks. Also, he may or may not cook too much food for his friends. Cholesterol is one hell of a drug.