Get ready to beef up your liquid cooling and add more RAM, because The Bible is coming to Steam soon and will push your gaming PC to its absolute limits. Simply called The Bible, this Steam version offers several features, such as the ability to read chapters in any order and a fun little trivia game.
The Bible’s developer is the rather cleverly named Bible Games, and as you might guess, the studio has no other titles on Steam at the moment. Hey, why are you deviating when you’re good at something? The game’s Steam page offers a “kinetic novel” that lets you skip sections, read passages as you like, and save excerpts to read later (feels pretty controversial to me ).
Additionally, there is a sizable trivia area with inquiries regarding both the New and Old Testaments. I advise beginning with a study of the Bible if you want to answer the issue correctly. Do not worry if you prefer to listen to the Bible than reading it. Additionally, the game includes a “excellent audiobook presentation” so you can listen to everything.
This is not the first time the Bible has been incorporated into gaming systems, despite the fact that numerous mods and game upgrades have added more intricate and interconnected religious systems into already existing games. Nevertheless, having the entire Bible accessible via Steam is a pretty remarkable achievement. This is a wonderful place to start if you want to review your own religious history.
It looks like The Bible is coming to Steam on his November 14th, so be sure to wishlist it if you’re interested. It’s not clear if the developers intend to charge for the project, but rumor has it that it’s available for free. System requirements are fairly low. To run it, you only need 2GB of RAM and a DirectX 11 compatible card. This will be the game that really puts this his RTX 4090 to the test.