We already know that the recent E3 2019 gameplay demo for Cyberpunk 2077 was running on PC. While the footage will be released online in August for PAX West, CD Projekt RED did reveal the specifications of the system running the demo to Spieltimes. Long story short, they’re pretty hefty.
Along with an Intel i7-8700K CPU clocked at 3.7 Ghz, the set-up utilized an Nvidia Titan RTX GPU. The motherboard was an ASUS ROG STRIX Z370-I GAMING with 32 GB of RAM clocked at 3,000 MHz. It was all running off of a Samsung 960 Pro 512 GB M.2 PCIe solid state drive with a Corsair SF600 600W as the PSU.
Though these are some pretty hefty specs, we’re still nearly a year off from release. Further optimization still needs to be done, though don’t be surprised if this is the kind of hardware needed to run the game with ray-tracing enabled. Cyberpunk 2077 is out on April 16th 2020 and will be coming to the Xbox One and PS4, as well as PC.
Special update on those flying cars seen till now: You can’t drive them. But your own car can be summoned like The Witcher 3’s Roach.
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