Cyberpunk 2077 was a disappointing start, both financially and tactically. However, the game has matured and may debut in April.
Cyberpunk 2077 had a rocky start. Despite the game already appearing spectacular back then, numerous bugs and technical difficulties hampered its release for months. Despite numerous updates, the game has matured into a real flagship game.
In April, Cyberpunk 2077 will be updated with the previously announced Overdrive mode.
In the PC version, path tracing is already used by visual effects artists to create indistinguishable films and television graphics.
Only gamers with current graphics cards will be able to enjoy path tracing because it consumes a lot of hardware, making DLSS 3 for RTX-40 graphics cards almost a required requirement, even if the update supports Shader Execution Rendering in response to NVIDIA GPU workload optimization.
So, if you have the appropriate graphics boards in your system, make sure you keep an eye on the date and also see the graphics qualities that can be expected with the upcoming Phantom Liberty expansion – which for good reason will only be available on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X /S, not the old ones.
First Look at Cyberpunk 2077 with NVIDIA DLSS 3 and Ray Tracing: Overdrive
With NVIDIA DLSS 3, Cyberpunk 2077 is rated as much more stunning and enhanced by the new Ray Tracing: Overdrive mode, and up to 4x performance enhancements.