Konami has confirmed the full list of PC requirements for Metal Gear Survive, and the good news is it shouldn't be too taxing on your current rig to get things up and running. This is partly thanks to the FOX Engine the game runs on, which powered Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and was already a brilliantly optimised piece of kit.

Those of you looking to run the barebones version of Konami's Solid Snake-less zombie romp can get away with Windows 7x64, an Intel Core i5-4460 (3.40GHz) or higher, 4GBof RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 (2GB) or better, 20GB of storage space, plus version 11 of DirectX. 

If on the other hand you want your base-building antics to look a little prettier, then Konami recommends the following specs: Windows 7x64 - 10x64, an Intel Core i7-4790 (3.60GHz) or higher, 8GB of RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960, 20GB of storage space, and DirectX version 11. 

Metal Gear Survive will be sneaking into stores via a cardboard box for PS4, PC, and Xbox One on February 20 in the US and February 22 in the UK. Pleasingly, the game will not include loot boxes and won't have pay-to-win microtransactions either. 

If you love seeing lots of zombies die in messy explosions then be sure to have a butcher's at the latest Metal Gear Survive trailer. Even a Metal Gear Ray gets in on the mass undead slaughter. 

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