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Cyberpunk 2077 is going all-in with ray tracing

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    The upcoming Cyberpunk 2077, even with its hold-up, stays among the most awaited PC games of the year. Folks with ray tracing-compatible hardware ought to be getting even more thrilled now that we know what the video game’s impacts will appear like.

    CD Projekt Red simply dropped a brand-new main trailer for Cyberpunk2077 And, while it does reveal some gameplay and drops some hints about the story, what’s especially notable is how it looks. There is quite undoubtedly some ray tracing occurring, however Nvidia connected to clarify just how deep the ray traced bunny hole goes.

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    Folks that have PCs strapped with RTX graphics cards will be able to anticipate ray traced ambient occlusion, scattered lighting, reflections and shadows. The ray traced ambient occlusion and scattered lighting are the most likely going to be the most impactful choices here, as these settings will truly improve the ambiance of night city. The ray traced reflections will go a long method to enhancing the practical appearance of the video game. And, of course the video game will be utilizing DLSS 2.0, so you can in fact turn all of these settings on without looking at a pretty slideshow.

    All of this integrates to make Cyberpunk 2077 one of the most intricate ray tracing games we’ve seen to date, with only in 2015’s Control featuring more ray tracing alternatives. And, with the greater visual fidelity we’ve seen from Cyberpunk 2077 all around, this could be an outstanding method to flaunt what the PS5 and Xbox Series X can do once they drop later this year– which might be a reason that the video game is now introducing around the time we’re anticipating to see those consoles.

    In any case, Cyberpunk 2077 is forming up to be one of the most graphically outstanding PC video games we have actually seen in a while, and you can be sure that we’ll be measuring simply how well it performs throughout a bunch of graphics cards once it introduces on November 19, 2020.

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