Cyberpunk 2077 was shown off at E3 2018 and it is a game that we have been waiting for a long time now, so it was nice to get a look into what the game is going to be like. We have some new information regarding the Cyberpunk 2077 demo and it seems that the initial requirements of the game are pretty high.
The demo at E3 2018 was running on an actual PC and the game was using an Intel 8700K, which is a 6 core 12 thread CPU. We are not sure whether or not the CPU was overclocked but we do know that the system was using 32 GB of RAM and an Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti which is the top of the line consumer graphics card on the market right now.
While these specifications are enough to run games at 4K 60 PFS, Cyberpunk 2077 was only running at 30 FPS. This is not a final build of the game and the development is far from over so do not take anything away from this information. CDPR has a lot of optimization to do but keeping in mind how well Witcher 3 runs on consoles as well as PC, you can rest assured that the game will be pretty good across the board.
The initial impressions of Cyberpunk 2077 are very good and while there is a bit of backlash from the fans regarding the decision to make the game first person only, I think that things will sort themselves out in the end and that if the game is good then people will overlook such small things.
We have been waiting to see more regarding Cyberpunk 2077 for a long time now and the game might not be coming out till 2020, but at least we have a look into what the game is going to be like and the stage is set for a very dark future indeed. But then again, pretty much all futuristic movies have a dark theme, so this game is not much different. Plus we have not seen the game yet. Things could be very different when we play the final version of the game.