Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by rflair, Dec 18, 2020.
I agree, Karl Urban was born for this role.
Cyberpunk 2077’s RTX Path Tracing Overdrive Mode will release on April 11th
I wonder whether they would make the player visible in RT reflections for the occasion.
Wonky animated body is better than being a vampire.
RTX on downgraded reflections on thats overdrive.
Rogue (1:25 - 1:29) is HOT AF!
Looks like it could be young Michelle Pfeiffer (Batman movie times)
Exactly my thought! We are like brothers!
It might be just me but I never think of steampunk or cyberpunk settings to be any kind of hot
I was wishing we could use the cyberpsychosis hack on police and civvies would be a blast. Your friendly, well mostly rudeaf, store employee just wigging out. Did get it to work on a prison guard, have not found any mod that allows it so far.
CD Projekt Red 2022
Earnings Revenue: $221.8m +7.2% YoY
Net Profit: $80.8m +66.1% YoY -
Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty Expansion Marketing starting in June
Headcount over 1000 across CDPR studios
The Molasses Flood' Project Sirius development partially rebooted
Witcher 3 still making ~50 million euros 7 years after the release ? Someone tell developers that making good games pays better than cashing in on boring copy+paste turds that run like crap on launch. Currently replaying and it's just as much fun as 1st playthrough was, same lump in my throat for some of the storylines. New games can kiss my a**, will be playing dead space remake when I'm done with that. Not wasting time and money on easy money schemes that is current game making industry. You wonder if the writing in some of them was done with chatgpt, it's so cliche.
Surge in Cyberpunk 2077 sales give CD Projekt Red its second-best year ever
Just finished this recently, i parked it(due to terrible bugs/performance) just after release on my 1080Ti and continued recently with a 4070Ti(no RT), absolutely fantastic game, thoroughly enjoyed it.
I love this game and binged on it with mods the last few months but hate the cpdr star-pucking. Keanu is pretty wooden and was not necessary and Idris is even less, they need to spend that money on all the embarrassing issues with the game both on release and just the stuff that needed to be in there but somehow is not. Pay more real people who need the money to make the game better and release it sooner but nooo had to pay these hollydouches millions for publicity, ugh.
I mean just things that RS(and others) default adds to their open world games, 3rd Person option, cops/npcs on motorcycles and all the variants of npc behavior, more racing, the embarrassingly lazy edgerunners "content" in game and a ton more just too much to think about right now. Marketing is/was probably more than half the cost of this thing and is deceptive as to what we actually got, I doubt cpdr is capable of anything close to TW3 ever again, this certainly wasn't.
Remember the Witcher 3 had problems/bugs at launch, corrected with time. Played it at version 1.32 and it was stable, one bug or another here and there.
I'm trying again Cyberpunk, and is much better compared when I tried after launch. Added the Reworked Project and Vehicle Handling mods for improvement, is much more stable yes. Still saw a flying truck, is fun.
Waiting for the update, to continue having fun in this game.
I never encountered problematic bugs at launch! In fact, i was surprised how little buggy the game is, for an open world environment.
The fact that didn't happened to you, doesn't translate to other people experience. Even on 1.32 I had bugs that I needed to restart the game. It was rare, but still happened. That means it was a bad game? Not it isn't, I did 100% completion and is one the best.
I think it depended on your system, brute muscle was needed for TW3 at first, similar to TLOU presently, and most people here are in that enthusiast overkill niche when it comes to gpus/cpus and everything else computer related. I would get constant crashing every 20 mins or less on TW3 back in 2015/16 up until patch 1.08 or so and I've always had at least a mid range casual gamer card it was probably a 750ti back then can't remember but I do know I went from 750ti to 970, there were no 8xx desktop cards remember. Even on 1.31, w a 970, the final huge battles on the ships and such kaer morhen needed me to turn it down to lower than 720p or it would crash, probably still does today have not been back in a year or more.
CP77 has come a long way and for me is stable and fluid at 1080/60 with hundreds of mods installed. This is a mod friendly game. Just installed claim vehicles and it's awesome thought I was all modded out frankly.