The GeForce website
now offers a Resident Evil 6 Benchmark
, to help assess your system's capability of running the Windows edition of the horror shooter sequel when it is released next month. CapCom Unity
has further details on the benchmark and the game itself:
The (rather gorgeous) PC version of RE6 is exactly one month away, and now that the release is in view our benchmark test is ready to size up your rig. Head over to GeForce and hit up the "Downloads" tab for the file.
At the end of the benchmark, you'll be given a score similar to those received in Mercenaries. Naturally the higher the score and rank (A and S being the best), the better RE6 will run on your machine.
The PC version includes the various title updates that have been added to the consoles - namely, unlocking Ada's campaign from the start, allowing optional co-op in that campaign and offering further camera tweaking.
RE6 PC also includes "Mercenaries No Mercy," which floods the map with 50+ enemies at a time (more than the console counterparts) by taking advantage of increased tech specs.
Game's out March 22, available digitally in the US for $39.99, and in EU for €29.99/£19.99.