We know the release date of the visual update of Cyberpunk 2077 – Game News

We know the release date of the visual update of Cyberpunk 2077 – Game News

Ray Tracing Mode: Overdrive is still heading towards Cyberpunk 2077, but we’ll have to wait until next month for the start of enhanced ray tracing.

During the “Cyberpunk 2077 RT: Overdrive – Bringing Path Tracing into the Night City” panel at GDC 2023, CD Projekt announced the release date for enhanced ray tracing on the PC edition of Cyberpunk 2077. Ray Tracing: Overdrive mode will be released on April 11 less than three weeks (via Nvidia).

As of now, neither CD Projekt Red nor Nvidia have released the promised new demo, which was supposed to show the upcoming news in action. The last (and so far only) official video was released in September.

The main attraction of the next update will of course be improved ray tracing (including improved support for RTX Path Tracing technology), which will make even more beautiful light effects and reflections than in the first version of the game. Enjoying this will be made easier by DLSS version 3 support, which Cyberpunk 2077 received some time ago.

By the way: if for some reason you were waiting for information on the Phantom Liberty DLC, we have to disappoint you. As announced, CD Projekt representatives focused on topics of interest to game developers, namely design, storytelling methods and, of course, technologies.

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