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John2290 said:
No wonder people were saying this looks next gen with the crowds and what not. Is Nvidia a sign of another bad console port though? I know CDPR will do what they can to sidestep their mistakes with Witcher 2 and 3 but anyone know if it'll make it more difficult? Or is this even an indication of what they are developing on and instead maybe a collab for nvidia? Maybe they are focusing AMD behind the scenes. Either way,I guess it's a good sign for Nvidia users, ya'll are getting shit on the past few years I've seen.
Also, switch port...?lol

No?.

 

This is CDPR handling the game, not Nvidia. Nvidia offer up drivers for the game earlier, while adding in the options for their VXAO/HBAO+ shadow tech, while also giving support for their Ansel tech.

Nvidia and AMD have both has their collaborations with different game devs and games. Dying Light for example gave us HBAO+, which was superior to SSAO, as well as better shadows on GTA V, which even had AMD shadow tech included.

Don't know why CDPR would be focusing on AMD behind the scenes ahead of Nvidia or anything. if Nvidia is involved, it means we'll be seeing Nvidia options for the PC version.


Shit on the past few years?. Hardly.

AMD and Nvidia both have their own memes around the net, not just Nvidia. 



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CuCabeludo said:
Next gen title.

More like current when you factor in current PC hardware. 



JRPGfan said:

And it just takes a GPU with like 12 Tflops to get it looking like that on a pc.....
Yeah thats a next gen title.

CGI has pointed this out before, Flops aren't everything, they are not the end all to be all. 



It's worth noting that Digital Foundry's analysis of the trailer for Cyberpunk at the MS press conference suggested that the trailer was the Xbox version, though they weren't sure if it was running on XB1 X or early Xbox Scarlett hardware (it is rumored that CD Projekt already has PS5 and Xbox Scarlett dev kits). The trailer was native 4K, 30 fps, with improvements over Witcher 3 PC max settings in almost every area except for 3, it had SSAO instead of HBAO, it had post-process anti-aliasing that failed to smooth out some edges such as powerlines and the car model in one scene, and it had noticeably low quality shadows in some scenes. The 30 fps plus the other 3 downgrades over Witcher 3 PC max led Digital Foundry to believe that the trailer was the Xbox version. Most likely running on early Xbox Scarlett hardware imo, considering it's native 4K unlike Witcher 3 on XB1 X, and had graphical improvements in most areas over Witcher 3 on XB1 X as well.

The demo that was shown behind closed doors at E3 is of course something different, the level of graphics that were on display in that demo might well have been noticeably better than the Xbox conference trailer, especially considering these PC specs for that demo.

Last edited by shikamaru317 - on 17 June 2018

Currenty running GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 & Ryzen 1800x. I've been wanting threadripper 2 since the announcement. Hopefully I can get something to out-do this 1080 ti while I'm at it. I'm honestly not too impressed. I know it's great compared to most everything else, but I would never consider anything less, so it's a pointless comparison. I need a successor that's not a titan v... -_-

Anyway, I'm still getting the game. I just want a system that will let me do 300FPS max settings at 1080p, and have plenty of horse power for multi-tasking. I currently only have a 144hz monitor, so I'll need to replace it when i build the new PC.



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jason1637 said:
Chazore said:

Mod support for this is going to be something else

I wonder what kind of mods people will make, considering this will be 1st person.

Third person mod would be a nice start.

I'm sure somewhere, someone is already making plans.



Chazore said:
CuCabeludo said:
Next gen title.

More like current when you factor in current PC hardware. 

PCs aren't a part of console generations. They have to hang out outside by the tree with everyone else.



AlfredoTurkey said:
Chazore said:

More like current when you factor in current PC hardware. 

PCs aren't a part of console generations. They have to hang out outside by the tree with everyone else.

Oh they have to hang out there alright

 

I was just letting him know that it's not designed just for next gen systems. 



uh... how can the claim be made that simply because it was shown on certain specs that those specs are the required specs?

if i remember correctly gears 4 for example was shown off on an nvidia titan... and released with specs that could run on my 2 year old laptop



o_O.Q said:
uh... how can the claim be made that simply because it was shown on certain specs that those specs are the required specs?

if i remember correctly gears 4 for example was shown off on an nvidia titan... and released with specs that could run on my 2 year old laptop

"Below you can find the complete PC specs of the machine that ran the Cyberpunk 2077 E3 2018 demo."

 

They didn't list the Low and Recommended specs. They just told us the specs that were used for a PC that played the demo.