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New Gameplay of Cyberpunk 2077 on June 25th

"Join us tomorrow, June 25 at 6PM CEST, at http://twitch.tv/cdprojektr... for the first, 25 minute episode of #NightCityWire, where we are going to show you a brand new trailer, present fresh gameplay footage and chat with the devs in detail about one of the game features, braindance."

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Marquinho41d ago

My most anticipated game of 2020. Bring it on!

_SilverHawk_41d ago (Edited 41d ago )

Hopefully they show the game running on next generation systems and not current gen systems like Xbox one , xbox one x, ps4 and Xbox series x. Hopefully its shown running on a ps5

Fishy Fingers41d ago

It'll more than likely be PC.

Marquinho41d ago

Next gen versions aren't ready, so I think there's little chance we'll see them.

ColdSin41d ago

Did you really just call an Xbox Series X a current gen console? 😂

_SilverHawk_41d ago (Edited 41d ago )

Microsoft xbox division "doesn't believe in generations" anymore.

TommyVercetti8841d ago (Edited 41d ago )

You suck d..k your PS5 is nothing compared to the pc version. Even the Series X version is performing better.

EmperorDalek41d ago

Lol so with that logic, the PS5 isn't even as powerful as a current gen system?

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Z50140d ago

So, show the game on consoles people don't own and on consoles they didn't even intend on buying the game for?

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sushimama41d ago

I don't want to watch another damn thing from this game. I'm already sold. Just waiting for Next-Gen release.

EazyC41d ago

I genuinely admire your willpower! My eyes will be glued as soon as that stream starts!

CaptainHenry91641d ago

Getting the PC version to play it in Native 4k 60fps

Oxen2141d ago

Good luck spending $3000 on your PC. Most of the gamers will pay $500-$600 on a next gen system and good to go.

RazzerRedux41d ago

"Good luck spending $3000 on your PC."

lol....hilarious how some console gamers like yourself inflate the price of PC gaming.

CaptainHenry91640d ago

Lol I already have a high end PC 😄

Marquinho40d ago (Edited 40d ago )

That's valid if you want a day one 4k/60fps... and have a 2080ti, unless you're not aiming at max settings.

For the best experience below USD1,000 I'm on the edge of playing it on my 2080 super or waiting for the Series X version, which should be even better.

RazzerRedux40d ago

"2080 super or waiting for the Series X version, which should be even better"

Have doubts about that, but anything is possible I guess. But what definitely will be better than that will be the new GPU from AMD or Nvidia that I'm buying this fall. :-)

Marquinho40d ago (Edited 40d ago )

Also upgrading here, but I'm more excited about playing on PC @ native 4K/60fps+ those games that will stick to 30fps on PS5. The jump will be so much more noticeable.

RazzerRedux40d ago

"those games that will stick to 30fps on PS5"

Nah. It may or may not be "native" resolutions but that isn't that important on consoles anymore. Digital Foundry calls this the post-resolution era. On that PS5 UE5 demo, they could only tell the difference between the 1440p image and a lossless 4k image of the same frame by magnifying the image in photoshop. This idea that PS5 is somehow a 30fps only console has no real basis.

https://youtu.be/zCllBRdyEX...

Marquinho40d ago

Didn't say PS5 isn't capable of 30fps+. I'm saying that most 1st developers (and 3rd party timed exclusives) have chosen to stick at 30fps... and also, since the power gap between PS5 and new PC Cards will be much bigger than with XSX, then it's a no brainer for me where to play games releasing in both platforms (PS5 and PC)... even if I decide not to upgrade, my 2080 Super should perform better, which won't be the case with XSX.

RazzerRedux40d ago

" I'm saying that most 1st developers (and 3rd party timed exclusives) have chosen to stick at 30fps"

They have? Which devs said that?

"my 2080 Super should perform better, which won't be the case with XSX"

We don't know that to be true at all. We will have to wait for actual benchmarks to have that information.

Marquinho40d ago (Edited 40d ago )

Obviously, developers will not "say" it, in the middle of a time when Series X is marketing 60fps, but this is Digital Foundry take on the PS5 show:

Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart|30 FPS
Stray|30 FPS
Returnal|30 FPS
Kena: Bridge of Spirits|30 FPS
Demon's Souls|30 FPS, but may offer 60 FPS mode
Destruction Allstars|Probably 30 FPS
Horizon: Forbidden West|Probably 30 FPS
Oddworld: Soulstorm|Probably 30 FPS

As for waiting until everything gets released for comparison... sure, for an exact comparison... but specs are already out there. If we had to wait for everything then you should've never mentioned next gen cards, which haven't even been officially announced.

RazzerRedux40d ago (Edited 40d ago )

Sony was showcasing visuals on PS5 with a good amount of ray tracing thrown in which is a huge draw on frame rates. I'm expecting most games to have performance modes like Demon Souls, but that hasn't been announced either. So it is premature to suggest most, any, or even some PS5 games will be limited to 30fps. We simply don't know that at all.

"As for waiting until everything gets released for comparison... sure, for an exact comparison... but specs are already out there. If we had to wait for everything then you should've never mentioned next gen cards, which haven't even been officially announced."

How are you going to compare specs between XSX and RTX 2080 Super? You simply can't. And I'm very much waiting for benchmarks for GPUs as well to decide which I will purchase. That is why I said "GPU from AMD or Nvidia". I don't have benchmarks to determine which is best at this point. That is fundamental basics in PC gaming. Specs do not tell you everything. The teraflops difference doesn't tell you everything. Only actual benchmarks provide the information needed to make an informed decision.

Marquinho40d ago (Edited 40d ago )

There's a big difference between having a "Performance Mode" and having a game optimized for 60fps. In a game like God of War, 30 fps was so obviously the target FPS.

On the other hand, Gears 5 looks better than any console game running at that framerate. This is what Microsoft is aiming at for their future exclusives, and according to DF, it looks like Sony isn't.

Sounds like you're expecting Sony to specifically speak about every game's FPS, but it will not happen. They have the weaker hardware and sticking to 30fps is their chance to keep up with the visual fidelity of the Series X. If you keep your hopes on that R&C, Horizon and others will target 60fps as the main focus, I firmly bet you are set for a big disappointment.

"But what DEFINITELY will be better than that will be the new GPU from AMD or Nvidia that I'm buying this fall. :-)"

You realize you're contradicting yourself... do you?

RazzerRedux40d ago (Edited 40d ago )

"There's a big difference between having a "Performance Mode" and having a game optimized for 60fps. In a game like God of War, 30 fps was so obviously the target FPS."

No, it is simply a matter of adjusting visuals to achieve the desire framerate. This is common place on PC and easier for devs to do on console's static hardware. Simply having the ability to turn off ray tracing will provide huge gains. Nothing MS has provided suggests their games are targeted to run 4k60 with RT, for example. Those details make a difference.

"Sounds like you're expecting Sony to specifically speak about every game's FPS, but it will not happen. They have the weaker hardware and sticking to 30fps is their chance to keep up with the visual fidelity of the Series X. If you keep your hopes on that R&C, Horizon and others will target 60fps as the main focus, I firmly bet you are set for a big disappointment."

lol....R&C and Horizon won't be on XSX so there is no visual fidelity to "keep up with". They will stand alone. And yes, I certainly will be disappointed if PS5 doesn't have options for performance vs visuals, particularly ray tracing. That is a major failing in consoles overall that I hope will change.

"But what DEFINITELY will be better than that will be the new GPU from AMD or Nvidia that I'm buying this fall. :-)"

Yeah....I get the point. That is also not confirmed without benchmarks.

Marquinho40d ago (Edited 40d ago )

Ok making progress here =)

Anyway. Sony is aiming at something different than MS. Making 60fps your absolute target will always be better than offering a "Performance Mode" in 60fps in my opinion, since you will squeeze every bit of power to get to that target with the highest possible visual fidelity. Let's leave it as that.

RazzerRedux40d ago (Edited 40d ago )

Nah, I'd rather have options. Agree to disagree on that.

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DJStotty41d ago

Series X gameplay incoming!!!

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