How the graphics of the game Cyberpunk 2077 has changed since 2018 (video)

One of the most anticipated role-playing action moviesmultiplatform games Cyberpunk 2077 is approaching its release, scheduled for November 19. In preparation for the release of the game on the market, CD Projekt demonstrated that developers use the most advanced graphics technologies that appear in the gaming industry for the future bestseller.

Showcase featured on the showNight City Ware, for 20 minutes, introduces the user into the world of Cyberpunk 2077 and allows you to evaluate the graphic capabilities of the game. It is noteworthy that some parts of the last gameplay video released at the end of June 2020 can be compared with similar scenes from the presentation video Cyberpunk 2077 presented at the events of the E3 2018 exhibition.

Gamers watching a comparative video on the channelCycu1, were able to assess how gigantic changes in the schedule occurred in less than two years. The action of some of the scenes presented in the demo episode took place in a night city, which allowed to reveal even more improvements for lighting individual objects.

Developers from CD Projekt (Poland) presentednew information about the game Cyberpunk 2077. It became known that the Braindance function will allow the player to establish a relationship with the memories of other characters. The game will use the technology of ray tracing and smoothing NVIDIA DLCSS 2.0, which will maximize bring the game's graphics to the format of the movie.

The official release of the game Cyberpunk 2077 forPC platforms, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One is scheduled for November 19, and already in 2021 there will be versions for Stadia, PS5 and Xbox Series X. Owners of the game on PS4 will automatically be able to play Cyberpunk 2077 on the new PS5 platform. How popular will be the project from the company CD Projekt, which is loved by gamers in the games of the Witcher series, will become clear in the next six months, after almost 8 years of work on Cyberpunk 2077.

Source: wccftech

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