Cyberpunk 2077, a video shows how it has changed from 2018 to today

Cyberpunk 2077, a video shows how it has changed from 2018 to today
A video posted on YouTube by Cycu1 shows how Cyberpunk 2077 has changed since its 2018 presentation to today. This is obviously a preliminary comparison based on the material distributed directly by CD Projekt RED. Nonetheless, it is interesting to discover how these years have been used by the Polish studio to refine the game engine and introduce many of the technologies that have emerged in recent months.

Cycu1 has used, to highlight the similarities and differences between the two versions of the game, the demo of Cyberpunk 2077's E3 2018 and some clips from yesterday's first Night City Wire. Some scenes have been slowed down to allow you to understand the differences in a simpler way.

From this first analysis, it seems that the game has improved a lot in recent months, despite the price to be paid, at the moment, is greater incidence of phenomena such as pop-up. According to a report, then, the 2020 demo of Cyberpunk 2077 ran at 1080p on an RTX 2080 Ti with ray tracing and DLSS, showing that there is still a lot to do in terms of optimization.

CD Projekt RED, however, seems to be creating an extremely complex and weighty game to manage and, probably, this could be the reason that led the studio to postpone the game further, so as to achieve optimal performance also on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, consoles that at the moment are said to be struggling to exceed 20fps.

In our test of Cyberpunk 2077 we talk about graphics, as well as many other details of this highly anticipated game, do not miss it!

Cyberpunk 2077 was postponed until November.

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