Alto is back. The star of the endless runner games makes their return in The Alto Collection on August 13 and comes with many upgrades from each game's original launch. The Alto Collection combines the critically-acclaimed titles Alto's Adventure and Alto's Odyssey into one neat package, and with its release date right around the corner, you'll want to know if your PC set-up can run it. Let's take a look at the minimum and recommended specs. The Alto Collection minimum PC specifications Operating system - Windows 7 (32-bit)Processor - Dual Core 2.4 GHzMemory - 4GB RAMGraphics card - GeForce 880 GT or AMD HB 6850 or Intel HD Graphics 520 or aboveStorage - 400MBDirect X - Version 11 With its 2D endless running gameplay, The Alto Collection doesn't require high-end specifications to run it. Its updated graphics will mean that a better graphics card and more memory are needed, but you shouldn't have a problem with either regardless of your set-up. The Alto Collection recommended system requirements Operating system - Windows 7 (32-bit)Processor - Dual Core 2.4 GHzMemory - 4GB RAMGraphics card - GeForce 880 GT or AMD HB 6850 or Intel HD Graphics 520 or aboveStorage - 400MBDirect X - Version 11 Strangely, the recommended specs are the same as the minimum PC requirements. That's according to the Epic Games Store anyway, where gamers can download The Alto Collection for free until August 20. As long as your set-up is better than the requirements listed above, you'll have no issues running The Alto Collection. The games started as mobile titles after all so, if they can run it, your top-end computer will handle it fine.