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Alien: Isolation for Linux will not be compatible with Intel and AMD cards

Alien: Isolation for Linux does not support AMD and Intel card

A bit sad news for Alien fans who would like to play the Alien: Isolation title on Linux, this will only be possible if you have a Nvidia card.

Alien: Isolation

Game support only for Nvidia cards

One more example that AMD is still far behind in the Linux video drivers came with the announcement of Alien: Isolation for Linux – read about the game release here – Not recommending chips from Intel and AMD to run the game. You can see the requirements below: Alien: Isolation Requirements for Linux

Briefly, the developer states that the recommended system is Ubuntu 14.04.3 64-bit or higher or Steam OS, processor of at least 2.6 Ghz, 4GB of RAM, 35GB of HD and 1GB of graphics. With the recommended requirements being 8GB of RAM and 2GB of graphics memory as an Nvidia 600 series card is required to run the game and a 700+ series card is recommended for best performance, and we recommend using the Nvidia 355.11 driver. .

AMD users were left out again, but this may be about to change, check out the video below:

See you next time!

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