There are only two months left until CD Projekt Red fans can experience their most ambitious game yet. Cyberpunk 2077 has dominated the conversation over what a next-gen title should look and play like. The expectations for the title are through the roof at this point with so many dedicated players eagerly awaiting their visit to Night City. Showcasing the sheer scale and beauty of the futuristic metropolis is a new trailer thanks to the NVIDIA Ampere event where we got a whole new look at the power ray-tracing brings to Cyberpunk 2077. The RTX On showcase proves how much the title will benefit from the next step in NVIDIA’s graphics card progression.
While no hands-on gameplay was shown in this brief 45-second showcase, there’s still lots to love and appreciate when looking at the city through RTX on. Mainly highlighting the immense improvements to lighting, reflections, and ambient diffusion; the colors of Night City have never popped like before. Utilizing the Deep Learning Super Sample (DLSS) feature of RTX on, these images are more than meets the eye. Featuring multiple short clips and screenshots of environments and action set pieces, NVIDIA is pushing out so much quality for their latest flagship graphics card to take full control of. Cyberpunk 2077 is a beautiful example of a title with so much to benefit from RTX.
The game engine is pushing the boundaries of what was originally thought to be possible in the bright and colorful neon filled world of Cyberpunk 2077. Showcasing the massive improvements in the lighting for not only brightly illuminated areas but also in the grungy underground the city is populated full of. Despite the title having been pushed back from an early September release, the team at CD Projekt Red is taking full advantage of the extra crunch time to push out breathtaking visuals like these with an all-new graphics experience thanks to the RTX on experience. Cyberpunk 2077 launches later this year on PC, Xbox, and PlayStation, November 19th for both new and current generation hardware.