At the end of May, NVIDIA showed the trailer of the updated Quake II RTX, which they hooked up real-time ray tracing. They even pulled up the texture and improved weapon models, but this is not important. It is important to know on what “gland” the mini-remake of the game released in 1997 will go. And today NVIDIA has published the minimum system requirements for the game.
In addition to the video card that supports ray tracing (from NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 and higher), gamers will need an Intel Core i3-3220 processor or an equivalent from AMD, 8 GB of RAM, 2 GB of free hard disk space and Windows 10 installed.
Quake II RTX will be released on June 6th. Its first three levels will be free, and the owners of the original Quake II will be able to pick up the full game for free .