The most awaited game of the century, came up with a live stream event last night, with Night City Wire (named after a fictional city in which Cyberpunk 2077 is set) Episode 1.

A still from the Cyberpunk 2077 live steam.


A new game play footage was finally released for Cyberpunk 2077 from CDPR’s Night City Wire event. Aside from a latest story trailer, we also saw bits of latest campaign game play also as a new mode – Braindance.

A Braindance may be a kind of personal version of internet and genre of experimental sonic excursions. It’s an immersive virtual computer game and with sonic complexity. Braindances enjoy wide use within the Cyberpunk world. They’re most frequently used for entertainment (the remake of video games/TV/movies/breakbeats, or sorts of entertainment that combine them together).


Again, Night City Wire also confirmed that players will get free upgrades to Xbox Series X and PS5 versions of the sport if they catch on current-gen consoles. That’s a move that community & players will appreciate and hope other publishers also push implement with their upcoming games, in the wake of a public stunt.


DXR (DirectX raytracing) is what the game is going to use. Which is currently only supported by the NVIDIA’s RTX graphics cards. The counterparts of the media who got access for preview coverage have said they played the sport on a system with an RTX 2080 Ti locked at 1080p, giving an extraordinary experience. We all know that the actual card is basically meant to tackle gaming at 4K, and hence most players had a silky-smooth above-60 FPS experience.

As for raytracing, Cyberpunk 2077 will be making use of ray-traced diffuse illumination, reflections, ambient occlusion, and shadows. These features will be giving it an exclusive look and the wait is worth it.

Other Setting of the game that it will be using can be found in this link :

DLSS 2.0

One of the new additions to the virtual reality sport that we came to understand about is it’ll indeed be using NVIDIA’s DLSS 2.0. While that wasn’t wholly unexpected, as the wait for the game is just freaking everyone, it’s nice to ascertain that the stellar tech will ship with the sport on day one. After all, the sport are going to be using DirectX 12 Ultimate.

Release Dates and Platform

Cyberpunk 2077 is set be in action from first released date that is: 17 September 2020. While it’s release date is 19 November 2020 and

Cyberpunk 2077 will be available on:

1. PS4

2. Xbox One

3. PC

The game will also be available on the platforms of PS5 and Xbox Series X, once their respective console launches are complete.

Cyberpunk 2077 will also be available to play on NVIDIA GeForce NOW streaming service once released.


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