Cyberpunk 2077 has had its flaws since the initial release back in December 2020, but what does the game look like at maximum PC settings and mods? Unbelievable.
A new video has been released showing the game running with the best CPU and GPU hardware available, with ray tracing and DLSS enabled.
What makes the visuals even more impressive in the video is the use of the unreleased DLSS 2.3 update, which takes the game to completely different heights of graphical greatness.
Cyberpunk 2077 has gone from being one of the biggest botched releases in AAA gaming history to the perennial comeback kid, and there’s even more expected to be added by CD Projekt Red in the next year.
Cyberpunk 2077 Best PC Settings
YouTube account Digital Dreams released the video showing what the game is truly capable of with the top graphical settings, over 50 mods and the as of yet unreleased DLSS 2.3.
Check out how unbelievable the game looks via the footage below:
For context, the equipment used for the video is as follows:
- Mainboard: Asus Prime x470-Pro
- CPU: Ryzen 9 3900x 4,5Ghz
- RAM: Corsair Vengeance 32Gb
- GPU: ASUS TUF RTX 3090
- M2 SSD: Samsung evo 970 evo
- SSD: Crucial mx500 2TB
- HDD: Seagate Barracuda 14TB
- AIO WC: Corsair Hydro H100x
- PSU: Be Quiet Straight power
- Fans: NB eloop b12-p
- Keyboard: Steelseries Apex Pro
- Mouse: Logitech G502
- Headset: Sennheiser Game Zero
- Monitor 1: Samsung C32JG52
- Monitor 2: Dell S3221QS
- Controller 1: Xbox Elite
- Controller 2: J.D. Fenix
- Chair: Noblechairs Epic
Whilst PC gamers are technically already to get this level of graphical quality (although at a massive cost) console gamers on Xbox Series X/S and PS5 will have to wait until Q1 2022 when CDPR has promised to release the Next Gen version of the game.
The company recently explained why they’re taking their time to release the Next-Gen version, aware that they need to get this ‘soft relaunch’ of the game as perfect as possible to not anger the consumer base the same way they did in 2020.
The company’s President said regarding the Next-Gen release: “With Cyberpunk 2077, we’re currently at the test stage, so we have to be sure that what we are releasing is in a very, very good shape and this requires substantial effort since the next-generation version includes graphical updates exploiting the potential of the new consoles along with a set of system-level improvements.
“I’m talking about systems that are general to the game, not a revolution, but still, they can interact with other systems so we have to be sure that there is no regression whatsoever and mostly for this, we need some extra time for testing.”
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