The One Piece franchise continues to bear fruit and on the occasion of the 25th anniversary Bandai Namco wanted to launch a new title called Odyssey on the 13th. With a clear turn-based RPG style that at the same time has JRPG touches as the brand says, the company has revealed the updated requirements of this new title following various performance reports. Will your PC be able to run it? These are the requirements from Bandai for One Piece Odyssey.
Once again, Eiichiro Oda has been in charge of getting down to work with this title, which had been in development for years. The optimization hasn’t been bad, since it even allows you to play at a minimum rate of 33 FPS with already very old hardware like the GTX 980 Ti, but the company has introduced small changes to make it more accurate to reality.
One Piece Odyssey, new requirements for PC
In this title we will reincarnate Monkey. d.luffyalso known as the rubber man, captain of the Straw Hat Pirates, in an adventure that he intends to entertain with the premise of conquering the Grand Line and with it, becoming the King of the Pirates.
Adventure is guaranteed, but you’ll need to know if you can move it decently. Well, here are the new game requirements.
- Processor: Intel Core i5-6600 or AMD Ryzen 5 2400G
- Graphic card: NVIDIA GTX 780 or AMD R9 290X
- RAM: 8GB
- Storage: 35GB on HDD or SSD
- windows 10 with DX 11
- Processor: Intel Core i5-8400 or AMD Ryzen 3 3100
- Graphic card: NVIDIA GTX 1060 or AMD RX 590
- RAM memory: 8 GB
- Storage: 35 GB on HDD or SSD
- windows 10 with DX 11
Performance analysis with NVIDIA and AMD GPUs
From DSO Gaming they have analyzed this game with various graphics cards, from old to new, and the result is the comparative graph above. As we can see, the game is perfectly playable at 1080p with practically any hardware, although it is true that with a GTX 780 the FPS will drop a lot at this resolution.
At 2K the minimum requirements are not going to be enough as such, since for an optimal experience we already have to jump precisely to a GTX 980 Ti or a Vega 64 if necessary, since we will have minimum values at 1% of 64 FPS and 62 FPS respectively, with stockings yes of 72 and 80FPSwhich make it very playable.
But in 4K everything gets complicated, since this Maxwell GPU as well as the Vega are clearly insufficient, resulting in just over 30 FPS in both values. The minimum required would be an RTX 2080 Ti, which provides at least a little more than 60 FPS.
The rest of the NVIDIA graphics cards and their counterparts at AMD have no problem moving this game over the 100FPS under 4K resolution, so we are talking about a fairly successful optimization for today’s hardware.
Can your PC move it smoothly at 4K, or at least 1080p at a good FPS rate? Surely yes, at least better than what moves on the console, which is not really crazy.