Cyberpunk 2077 shows its chest with its maximum graphics and raytracing in a new technical trailer

Nvidia will bring its cutting-edge technologies, DLSS and ray tracing, to CD Projekt’s RPG.

By Mario Gómez / Updated 20 November 2020, 21: 3690 comments

CD Projekt has shared a message with a yellow background on social networks, but fear not: this time it is to update the system requirements of the PC version of Cyberpunk 2077. Fortunately, it seems that almost everyone with a dedicated computer to play games will be able to try the new RPG from the parents of The Witcher 3; but if you have a particularly capable one, pay attention: Nvidia has shared a new trailer of the game focused on its most successful technologies of the moment, namely DLSS and raytracing.

With a 3080 or 3090, you can play ultra raytracing in 4K “With RTX On, Night City is transformed” reads the official blog. “All possible surfaces project glorious reflexes by ray tracing, smooth and define shades notably improved; shops, streets, and buildings are realistically illuminated in diffused light; and the world in general is more immersive and detailed. “

Anyone with a 2000 or 3000 series graphics card can enjoy this experience, and illustratively, a 2060 is enough to activate RT in medium quality at 1080p. Those who have a 3080 or 3090 They will be able to bring the best lighting that the program offers up to 4K resolution, although looking at the requirements chart it is not clear if we are talking about a native or adapted pixel count with DLSS (and neither if we will reach 30 or 60 FPS with these components).

As a reminder, the blog also notes that Cyberpunk 2077 will arrive at GeForce Now at launch, which means that it will be possible to play it through the cloud at maximum quality, on any device. At the beginning of the year, at 3DJuegos we shared our impressions of a service that moves away from the “Netflix model”: instead of offering a digital catalog, it simply proposes you to play what you already have bought in stores like Steam in another format.

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