The cooperation between Nvidia and CD Projekt RED is at its best. Following the implementation of the green solutions in Vienna 3, the Polish studio decided to use the latest techniques of its partner also in Cyberpunk 2077. GeForce RTX card holders can already rub their hands because their equipment will be fully used in the next Redw production .
This year's E3 show is dominated by the presentation of Cyberpunk 2077, which is a great contribution to the project of popular actor Keanu Reeves. The title is well spoken and is certainly one of the most anticipated productions, if not the most anticipated. The title is really huge and technically advanced. Nvidia will also take care of this problem in addition to the Projekt RED Studio CD. The Greens confirmed that Cyberpunk 2077 will be the next title in the beam tracking technique.
However, it is not known what specific graphic effects will be based on ray tracing. The published press release includes a comment indicating that it is lighting, but does not specify which type:
"Lightning tracking allows us to realistically present how light behaves in an urban environment that is undergoing a flood"Said Adam Badowski, head of studio CD Projekt RED. "With this technique, we can add another layer of gbi to the already impressive mega-city where the game takes place."
In our opinion, the Cyberpunk 2077 is ideal for showing the potential that exists in the ray tracing technique. The mass of neon signs, bulbs, numerous reflections, shadows and general styling suggest that we can expect some effects. Let's hope the performance is good, unfortunately you may be worried about remembering our performance tests.
As you probably do, you need the right card to start Cyberpunk 2077 with ray tracing enabled. It is currently offered only by Nvidia, because, as has already been confirmed, you can forget the hardware acceleration of this type in Radeon Navi. Below you will find links to the popular GeForce RTX offers as well as obviously the game offer because in the end it is the most important here: