While waiting for the commercialization of the CD Projekt RED software DLC, we are now talking about the arrival of a new ray tracing mode.
Ray-traced overdrive is coming
This will increase reflexes in the game.
Phantom Liberty, a massive DLC?
This is what CD Projekt affirms in the columns of the Polish newspaper Parkiet.
Beating The Witcher 3 is no easy task
The Blood and Wine expansion was already gigantic, but Cyberpunk 2077 takes it even further.
Idris Elba in Cyberpunk 2077, coming soon
Play as Solomon Reed, a key character in the Phantom Liberty expansion.
At the service of the President
Idris Elba is here an agent of the FIA, a government agency of the NUSA.
Phantom Liberty will take place in the combat zone
A new neighborhood in Pacifica ruled by gangs.
Despite a disastrous launch, Cyberpunk 2077 was able to rear its head with fixes, updates, and other improvements.
Cyberpunk 2077: a sublime trailer for the arrival of Ray-tracing Overdrive
A few months ago, the game benefited from the arrival of new technologies. In effect, Ray tracing and DLSS have been incorporated into the title and have made Night City even more sublime and fluid than ever. Another improvement has not yet arrived.
Announced at the Game Developers Conference, The Ray Tracing Overdrive mode arrives on April 11 and should allow for even better rendering of lighting and lots of reflections. History to put the mouth water of the players, the developers have also wanted to share a small trailer on this subject …
With this technology, which still requires the presence of an Nvidia RTX 40 series and DLSS 3 on your PC, The idea is to bounce the rays of light off absolutely all decorative elements. Whether headlights, streetlights or billboards, all of these fonts will be realistically reflected in the game.
As a reminder, Cyberpunk 2077 is still available for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. Likewise, we should hear about the Phantom Liberty DLC starting in June. that will only appear on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X | s in the coming months.