Cyberpunk 2077 E3 demo ran on single GTX 1080 Ti

Ceria Alfonso
Junio 20, 2018

Today, the developer came out and revealed the Cyberpunk 2077 PC specs they used for the E3 demo. Unfortunately, though, CD Projekt Red has yet to announce when it will launch. Keep in mind that these requirements will probably change before the game releases, whenever that may be.

Okay, $2,500 (give or take, not every part was a flawless match) might seem pretty steep compared to a PS4 or Xbox One, but remember that A, this is unfinished - and therefore not fully optimized - software, B, this is specifically to match a PC version of a game running at 4K resolution, 30fps, and C, those parts will definitely be cheaper by the time Cyberpunk 2077 comes out. This means the game likely won't rely on future technology and, by the time it's been optimized and given a few sliders to tweak, should run fine on most modern hardware and consoles.

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Taking everything into account, Cyberpunk 2077 is definitely shaping up to be one of the most unique-looking and intriguing games in development, and this has understandably caused fans to clamor for any information related to when it officially hits store shelves. Also, putting the game on the PS4 and Xbox One gives an indicator of what the lower end of the spectrum might be.

Earlier details from CD Projekt Red suggest that the game uses an updated version of the REDengine and while it might not be as detailed as The Witcher 3, it will still be a massive game with a bunch of textures and some impressive effects, at least from what we have seen in the first official trailer and what could be heard from those that saw the E3 2018 demo.

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