Doom Eternal screenshot of a demon attacking the player

[Update]: Doom Eternal has now been released, and I'm happy to say the reviews so far are pretty darn good.

Doom Eternal is coming to PC and consoles this March 20th, bringing with it a whole assortment of new enemies that are destined to simply explode before the Doom Slayer. However, before you do any sort of exploding, you'll first need to ensure that Doom Eternal can actually run on your PC.

As such, you might want to check out the newly unveiled PC system requirements and recommendations. You can find all of them right below, but before you dive in, it's just worth mentioning that the list will differ from the one printed out on the PC box due to some last-minute changes. With that little bit of warning now out of the way, here's what you'll need to run Doom Eternal:

PC Ultra-Nightmare Specs (2160p / 60 FPS / Ultra-Nightmare Settings) or (1440p / 120 FPS / Ultra-Nightmare Settings)

64-bit Windows 10
 Intel Core i9-9900K or better, or AMD Ryzen 7 3700X or better
 16GB System RAM
 NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti (11GB)
 50 GB hard drive space

PC Recommended Specs (1440p / 60 FPS / High Quality Settings)

 64-bit Windows 10
 Intel Core i7-6700K or better, or AMD Ryzen 7 1800X or better
 8GB System RAM
 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 (8GB), RTX 2060 (6GB) or AMD Radeon RX Vega56 (8GB)
OR (1080p/ 60 FPS / High Quality Settings) NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (6GB), NVIDIA GeForce 970 (4GB), AMD RX 480 (8GB)
Note : On GTX 970 only - set Texture Quality to Medium

PC Minimum Specs (1080p / 60 FPS / Low Quality Settings)

 64-bit Windows 7/64-Bit Windows 10
 Intel Core i5 @ 3.3 GHz or better, or AMD Ryzen 3 @ 3.1 GHz or better
 8GB System RAM
 NVIDIA GeForce 1050Ti (4GB), GTX 1060 (3GB), GTX 1650 (4GB) or AMD Radeon R9 280 (3GB), AMD Radeon R9 290 (4GB) or RX 470 (4GB)

Note: HDR is available on PC, hardware permitting

While I have nothing to say about the system requirements other than them being a bit spicier than usual, I do have to commend Bethesda for actually putting in the targeted resolution and FPS for each of the presets. It really does make it a whole lot easier to figure out just how much visual quality you'll be able to squeeze out of your PC.

As for Doom Eternal and its upcoming launch, as well as the preload timing, you should head on over to the official website to learn more.