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With less than a month to go until the game's launch, and after a raft of cinematics, developer diaries and a live action short, THQ and Vigil games have released a trailer for Darksiders 2: Death Lives that actually focuses on the in-game visuals and gameplay action.

Additionally, we also have the modest minimum and recommended specs for the PC version, which note a 2Ghz Intel C2D CPU or AMD equivalent, 2GB of Ram and a Nvidia 9800 GT 512MB or AMD equivalent as the baseline, and Any Quad-core AMD or Intel CPU, 2GB of Ram and a Nvidia GTX 260 512MB or AMD equivalent video card as the recommended system. All PC installs of the game will require and use Steam as DRM.

Check out the "Death Comes for us All" gameplay trailer below, or click here for the HD video page.

Darksiders 2 lands in Australia on August 16th 2012 for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.




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