Returnal, PC and PlayStation 5's third-person roguelike, artwork showing off main character and logo

It took nearly a year for us to get here, but I'm happy to say that PlayStation 5's third-person roguelike Returnal will finally be launching onto PC this February 15th, 2023. The PC version will bring with it support for NVIDIA DLSS, AMD FSR and the less powerful NVIDIA NIS alternative, along with ray-traced shadows and reflections to really help the visuals stand out... provided you have the hardware to make all of it run smoothly anyway!

What some of these additions look like in moment-to-moment gameplay, that you can get a little sneak peek at through the freshly posted PC features trailer. Have a gander:

It's also important to mention that the Housemarque team has slightly adjusted the PC system requirements. The big difference is that you'll only need 16 GB of RAM, rather than the previously stated 32 GB, for the 'recommended' 1080p/60fps setup. Naturally, playing in 4K with all of the settings cranked to the max will still require 32 GB.

You can check out the updated PC system requirements, as well as learn a tiny bit more about Returnal's PC port, over at the PlayStation website. Enjoy!