In the gaming world now a days, the same question seems to always be floating around, how will this new game look either on console or PC? Where is my game play footage so I can get a feel for what to expect? These seem to be the common questions asked which some game development companies don't like to always offer cough,cough, Infinity Ward, oh my and moving on rather swiftly.
During e3 2019, there was a game play demo, that further explored the world of Cypberpunk 2077 and gave the viewers a more in depth look of what to expect when the full title comes out next year. The game was running on a PC (now lets not say it was beefy or not) with one of the developers playing the demo with a remote. The game was utilizing Nvidia's newest technology, Ray Tracing, during the game play and it looked absolutely breathtaking, sorry Keanu Reeves, so are you!
The console community is obviously wondering, where is the console game play now? Well not to fear, in a snippet from an interview with CD Projekt Red’s Alvin Liu, WCCFtech asked how the game will look and run on consoles. This was the response that was received,
PC is defiantly going to dominate in the graphics and performance field compared to the consoles but the fact that CD Project Red is going to be dedicating separate resources and time to console development ,to give the best possible experience to console players. If this goes by anything they have done in the past, then we are seriously in for a real treat. Remember to get your pre-order in for Cyberpunk 2077, which has a release date of 16 April 2020 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.