What new game on steam that would be good for a low spec laptop?

Discussion in 'Game Talk' started by Zylonc, Jul 11, 2017.

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  1. Zylonc

    Zylonc New Member

    So, I have an old laptop which have low specs but I want to play some good games even with low quality. My laptop is the Leneovo G480 and the specs :
    Intel Core I5 3230M 2.60 GHz
    NVIDIA GeForce 610M
    8GB RAM

    Any other question you wanna ask just ask me ok.
    Please help me
  2. mudpaws

    mudpaws New Member

    you can play warframe i think , it started out as a low end game , all i can say is try it and i hope it'll work for you :)
  3. Im 90+ hours into Fallout 4 on an older rig. Have not had any issues on low settings. They also have many mods over on Nexus for older machines if needed. The Game was only 20 bucks 3-4 weeks ago (Vanilla no DLC)
  4. Jenjar

    Jenjar Well-Known Member

    On my old desktop it could run War Thunder at the lowest specs with somewhat of a good framerate, And if you like RPG games it would most likely be able to run Undertale as my old system that I only replaced last Tuesday could run it too, And that thing had a I5-3330 and it ran off the processors integrated graphics.
  5. Katana_x_II7

    Katana_x_II7 Well-Known Member

    You can play overwatch! :D
  6. applecore.final

    applecore.final Active Member

    Team fortress 2 is pretty good
  7. mo-iro

    mo-iro Active Member

    If your screen is 720p and you don't care to play using low settings, so you can play almost anything at 30 fps, just try it
  8. Zylonc

    Zylonc New Member

    Ok I'll try that game thanks!

    Fallout 4 is quite expensive now for me ._. but anyway thanks

    I played this, thanks for replying!

    But sometimes even if I go to the lowest settings of the game it is sill at low fps. Any solution?
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