The system requirements of Gloomwood are just like its visuals - you don't need a high-end PC to play the game comfortably. This page of our guide lists Gloomwood's minimal and recommended system requirements. We also describe brightness settings and available visual settings
- Gloomwood: Minimum PC system requirements
- Gloomwood: Recommended PC system requirements
- Gloomwood: Visual settings
- Gloomwood: Brightness
Gloomwood: Minimum PC system requirements
- Processor: Dual Core 2.4 GHz
- RAM: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 with 2 GB VRAM
- Disk space: 1 GB
- Operating system: Windows 7/10/11 64-bit
Gloomwood: Recommended PC system requirements
- Processor: Quad Core 2.4 GHz
- RAM: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 with 3 GB VRAM
- Disk space: 1 GB
- Operating system: Windows 10/11 64-bit
Gloomwood: Visual settings
Gloomwood doesn't have many visual settings. The most important ones are:
- Resolution - Change screen resolution (equal to your set monitor resolution by default).
- Display Mode - Windowed or full screen.
- Vertical Sync - Can be enabled or disabled.
- Framerate Cap - Limit the maximum number of frames per second.
- Dynamic Shadow Quality - Set the quality of dynamic shadows.
- Lightmap Quality - Choose lighting quality. This is the setting that puts the most strain on your system . Lower this setting if you experience low FPS.
- Texture Filtering - Set texture filtering quality.
- Anti-Aliasing - Set anti-aliasing (such as 4x) or disable it completely.
Many of Gloomwood's areas are extremely dark. If it becomes a problem, check the Brightness, Gamma and Contrast Settings menu. Set the values higher than default and check how they work in dark rooms. This may spoil your immersion a bit, but also means there's less of a chance you'll miss some loot, a hidden passage, a threat or an enemy.