CD Projekt RED Announces Cyberpunk

Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by Stone Gargoyle, May 30, 2012.

  1. Zenoth

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    So the Deep Dive video is 14:20 minutes? That's it? I was expecting something like last year's 48 mins video to be honest. This one is a lot more scripted and on-rails and very condensed. I'll wait a few days maybe they'll release the "full" version later.
     
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    The best 15mins ever. :D
     
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    Pawel Sasko i like this guy. He is very cool :)
     
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    Yes, you are.
     

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    It's likely a 1080/60p upscaled to 4K. Console footage from the looks of it.
     
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    Do you want to play the game or see it? There's already pretty massive spoilers in this 15 mins video.
     
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    Definitely gonna play as a solo first, I want terminator abilities!
     
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    I wanted to see a well-presented lengthier video, something no one asked for nor expected to see last year. They set the bar themselves, we were (mostly) all positively surprised by what we saw. This new Deep Dive video, compared to last year's, has about 10% the "Wow!" factor in it, doesn't have the same overall atmosphere and is massively edited, cut and on-rails. When it comes to "building up hype", for me, last year's demonstration was a solid 10 out of 10 example on how to mind-frack a new audience to something you want to sell to them. This year it feels like a 4 out of 10 in execution and presentation (and length).

    I'll still buy it and obviously I'm still excited for it, but the excitement I have for the game still comes about 95% from last year's video alone. They did a phenomenal job with that one.
     
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    I don't know how to put it, because I want the game to be a great success, but I wasn't impressed and did anyone pickup on the graphics and animations?

    All I kept thinking about back in my head was "downgrade" and I was expecting at least 30 minutes of gameplay and roaring V8s, not clips from various scenarios.

    However I'm sure they'll manage to fix any issues in the next couple of 6 months, but I had very high expectations it being CD Project Red and all.

    Also why do they always have to showcase games (most of them anyways), while playing on a gamepad, it looks slow and antiquated.
     
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    It's running on PC with 2080Ti and RT. Definitely upscaled, you can see the checkerboarding on the edges of everything. Objectively speaking, it does look worse than the 48 minute reveal.
     

  11. angelgraves13

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    I’ll either play at native 4K or get a 3080 Ti for RT at native 4K.

    Gotta wait for more powerful graphics cards. They’re never powerful enough.

    I’m kind of expecting graphics updates after release. Maybe they’ll have a high resolution texture pack too.
     
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    NVidia always shoots for at least a 30% performance gain with each GPU cycle. There used to be bigger jumps when AMD was more competitive, but it's been a very long time since AMD has fielded a GPU that can compete with NVidia on the high end. Lets hope AMD's next round of RDNA2 GPUs has what it takes to put NVidia back on their heels so that competition will spur on cheaper prices and faster GPU evolution.
     
  13. angelgraves13

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    Next year we'll see 50% again because AMD will be coming out with RDNA2 with RT and likely a massive 2080 Ti level of performance or higher high-end card. Nvidia will launch it's 7nm EUV Ampere as well...and Intel will be entering the market.
     
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    Completely forgot about Intel. They are the dark horse in the race, no idea what they will come up with. Ray tracing will definitely be a helluva lot more exciting next year though. Three IHVs next year with ray tracing technology! Glad I decided to wait until next year to upgrade my GPU :D
     
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    Moore's law ending isn't just a marketing speech. I doubt we'll ever see a 50% gap ever again.
    You can only go with finer lithography and larger die size for so long before cost become prohibitive.

    At some point, i'm afraid the cost of latest tech is gonna be so high we might be better off using cloud gaming solutions.
     

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    Latency will always prevent cloud gaming from being the single universal solution - for any latency sensitive gaming, local rendering will always be nr1.
     
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    oh clearly you'll never beat local GPU regarding latency.

    But if latest GPU cost 1500$, and your current system would need an upgrade to fully use this GPU anyway, cloud gaming starts making much more sense if you still want a taste of the best experience possible.
     
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    We need 3D stacking ASAP. I think that’s coming soon...in less than 5 years.
     
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    Surely if they 3D stack GPUs and further improve on that, another dimension will be created!
     
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    Aren't you also forgetting even bigger than latency? DATA CAPS?
     

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