Hello Games has updated the minimum and recommended requirements for No Man’s Sky on Steam and according to the new indications the space exploration game it does not need a dedicated graphics card in order to be performed.
Precisely, it is indicated as a minimum requirement for No Man’s Sky una Intel UHD graphics 630 (together with Nvidia GTX 1060 3GB and AMD RX 470 4GB). This Intel graphics card is an integrated GPU which is used in various desktop and notebook processors. Video games usually require dedicated graphics cards, so this news (and especially the fact that it’s now official) is very interesting.
Obviously, using hardware that exactly meets the minimum requirements would allow you to play No Man’s Sky, but only one low graphics quality, with unsurpassed performance. They’re also not spelled out at the recommended requirements for the game, but it’s clear that a modern PC is capable of running the adventure to its fullest potential.
THE new minimum requirements of No Man’s Sky are:
- Operating System: Windows 10/11 (64-bit versions)
- Processor: Intel Core i3
- Memory: 8GB RAM
- Video Card: Nvidia GTX 1060 3GB, AMD RX 470 4GB, Intel UHD graphics 630
- Memory: 15 GB of available space
We also recall that No Man’s Sky checked out on Steam Decksso you can play it in portable mode without any problems.
The Switch version is also on its way, which however could have some limits to the D1.