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Can I Run Speed Brawl On My Computer?
Speed Brawl is a fairly undemanding game, and the majority of PCs will be able to play it on at least the medium graphical settings for a decent FPS. The official minimum and recommended system requirements for Speed Brawl are listed below, though we typically advise assuming slightly higher specs are needed, just to be on the safe side.
If you aren’t sure of the specifications of your current machine, check out our guide on how to look up your PC specs so you can compare these against the system requirements. If it turns out your current build doesn’t have the specs to run the game, at the bottom of this page we have listed various self-build and pre-built gaming PCs that will do the job.
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Speed Brawl Release Date & Game Details
- Release Date : 18th September 2018 (PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows)
- System Requirements : Low
- Genre : 2D Fighter / Beat Em Up / Racer Platformer / Multiplayer / Indie
- Developer : Double Stallion Games
- Publisher : Double Stallion Games
Speed Brawl is a time-pressure, 2D, sidescrolling fighting game. The game has a superbly refined combat system and DragonBall-Z esque graphical style. Players can take control of 6 different characters with their own playstyles and special moves, and must rack together combos in order to progress through each area in the fastest possible time. The game has singleplayer, online multiplayer, and LAN capability for co-op play.
Speed Brawl System Requirements
Speed Brawl Minimum System Requirements
- CPU : Intel Core i3 or equivalent
- RAM : 2GB RAM
- GPU / Video Card : NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 or equivalent
- Storage : 5420MB HDD
- Operating System : Windows 7 (64-bit)
Speed Brawl Recommended System Requirements
- CPU : Intel Core i5 or equivalent
- RAM : 4GB RAM
- GPU / Video Card : NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 or equivalent
- Storage : 5420MB SSD
- Operating System : Windows 10 (64-bit)
What Gaming PC Do We Recommend To Play Speed Brawl?
Speed Brawl is quite playable on the low settings at 1080p on one of our $500 self-builds. You will get smooth FPS on these settings for this price, however if you are turning up the settings you will likely need more power. A $800 self-build PC will do the job for higher graphical presets at 1080p resolution, and a $1,000 self-build PC will be needed for 1440p. If you’re looking to play at 4K, then you’ll likely need a $1,500 self-build gaming PC.
If you don’t want to put together your own gaming PC, a $500 pre-build will run Speed Brawl without an issue at 1080p resolution. For the high graphical presets though, a pre-build for under $800 will be needed for 1080p resolution, with a $1,000 pre-built PC doing the job for 1440p gaming and a $1,500 pre-build for gaming at 4K.