Enotria: The Last Song Screenshot from Steam
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Enotria: The Last Song System Requirements Revealed

Another Unreal Engine 5 soulslike joins the fray!

After a few delays, Entoria: The Last Song finally has a release date for September 2024. The developers have released a lengthy demo that players can download now on Steam, and enjoy over eight hours of content. Along with the demo, the Steam page has been updated with the official Enotria: The Last Song system requirements.

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Enotria: The Last Song System Requirements

OSWindows 10 – 64-BitWindows 10 – 64-Bit
CPUIntel Core i5-6600 (3.3Ghz) or AMD Ryzen 5 1400 (3.2Ghz)Intel Core i7-8700 (3.2Ghz) or AMD Ryzen 5 3600 (3.6 Ghz)
GPUNVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 6GB or AMD Radeon RX 580 8GBNVIDIA GeForce 2080 or AMD Radeon RX 7600 XT or INTEL Arc A770
DirectX 12Version 12Version 12
Storage50 GB available space50 GB available space

The developers have shared the target resolution, framerate, and quality preset in the requirements. If you’re looking to play Enotria at 1080p with a 60 FPS target at high settings, you’ll need something like an RTX 2080 paired with a Ryzen 5 3600. Currently, the demo suffers from shader-compilation stutter, but the developers have confirmed that’s something they’re working on.

It’s not a demanding game based on these requirements and the current performance of the demo, but it still has a long way to go, and we’re hopeful that optimization is a major focus. Apart from that, you need a total of 50 GB of free space, and 16 GB of RAM.

Enotria: The Last Song Demo

If you want to try out Enotria yourself, an extensive demo is currently up on Steam. Keep in mind, that this is a work in progress and a lot of animations are unfinished. It’s available to try out till July 30, 2024.

Enotria: The Last Song Release Date

The game is coming to PC, PS5, and Xbox Series S|X on September 19, 2024.

Overall, Enotria: The Last Song still needs a lot of polish based on the state its current demo is in, but this is likely an older build. It’s nice to see Italian folklore being explored in a Soulslike setting, and we can’t wait to see what new mechanics and ideas Enotria adds to the genre.

It’s shaping up to be a great year for Soulslikes with upcoming releases like Black Myth: Wukong and Elden Ring: Shadow of the Erdtree; we loved the crustacean soulslike Another Crab’s Treasure.

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Ali Hashmi
Ali has been writing about video games for the past six years and is always on the lookout for the next indie game to obsess over and recommend to everyone in sight. When he isn't spending an unhealthy amount of time in Slay the Spire, he's probably trying out yet another retro-shooter or playing Dark Souls for the 50th time.