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We are reaching the final stretch of the wait that we have been doing for years to be able to enter Cyberpunk 2077 and visit Night city, reaching our computers and consoles on December 10, 2020, the day it will go on sale in Spain and also in the rest of the planet.
Today, NVIDIA Y CD Projekt RED They have decided to come to the fore to teach us a little more about this Cyberpunk 2077 showing us this time what this new RPG looks like on PC at its maximum power, that is, with resolution 4K, graphic options in Ultra and using the technology RTX for ray tracing in real time better known as Ray Tracing and also the system DLSS from NVIDIA for texture smoothing and performance enhancement.
The ray tracing is fully integrated into Cyberpunk 2077 being present in the reflections, ambient occlusion, shadows, and global diffuse lighting. One of the most striking effects of Ray Tracing in this game is seeing the entire Night City transform during the day / night cycle, with players being able to watch the city come to life with its neon or LEDs as night falls.
Another highlight of the use of Ray Tracing in Cyberpunk 2077 are The reflections that interact with all types of surfaces such as glass or aluminum, as well as shadows that appear more natural and soft.
Its minimum and recommended requirements have been updated
Just yesterday CD Projekt RED updated the technical requirements of Cyberpunk 2077 on PC, showing us different configurations depending on the resolution or quality that we want to play, as well as adding specific options if we want to use the game. Ray Tracing RTX which is exclusive to NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics be it 2000 or 3000.
To run the title at 4K, 60 fps, with everything at maximum and RTX in Ultra as seen in the video that accompanies this news we will need the following equipment:
Graphics card: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080Processor: Intel Core i7-6700 // AMD Ryzen 5 3600RAM: 16 GBVRAM: 10 GBSW: Windows 10 64-bitStorage: 70 GB SSD