The release of enhanced ray tracing in the PC edition of Cyberpunk 2077 is approaching, and representatives from CD Projekt RED and Nvidia have shared more details about the “technology of the future”.

Last week’s Game Developers Conference 2023 featured a panel on improving ray tracing in Cyberpunk 2077. While discussing the breakthrough technology, Jakub Knapik (CD Projekt RED Art Director) and Pawel Kozlowski (Senior Programmer and Technology Engineer at Nvidia) gave numerous interviews. , who were present.

  • During the chat with a PCWorld reporter, the men discussed in detail the most important topics related to Ray Tracing: Overdrive mode, including system requirements. These are considerable and not all PC owners will test the technology of the future..
  • According to Kozlowski, To run Overdrive ray tracing, we will need hardware with a GeForce 40-series GPU. This is because they are the only ones that support DLSS 3 technology, which can sufficiently support the game performance.
  • Small consolation, Ray Tracing: Overdrive will not be reserved exclusively for the GeForce 4090. The Nvidia technology engineer assured that his goal was that this mode, and without significant drops in fps, could also be enjoyed by owners of weaker chips like the RTX 4070.

CD Projekt RED revealed the release date for enhanced ray tracing in Cyberpunk 2077 for PC during “Cyberpunk 2077 RT: Overdrive – Bringing Path Tracing into the Night City”. Ray Tracing: Overdrive will be available on April 11. Unfortunately, no new images were unveiled at the conference to show off the capabilities of Nvidia’s technology, so we can’t help but wait patiently for the release and rely on the trailer of the year. last.

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