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Thread: Cyberpunk 2077

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    I'm on Ryzen 3600, 16GB 3600Mhz, 2070 Super and 1080p 21:9... I'm going to target Ultra detail and RT between Minimum and High, I reckon.
    I'm wondering if the NVMe game install will particularly help with loading times in this precise game. I'm glad there's Dolby Atmos available.

    EDIT: unfortunately the list does not declares what is the minimum target fps for those tiers; I'd love to be 60 fps, I worry it could be prehistorical 30 fps.
    Also, surprised the game install will only take 70GB, allegedly at least. I expected around 90-110GB.

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    An SSD will definitely help with environment streaming in the open world bits, I'm not sure an NVMe will give any further advantage.

    And is Dolby Atmos worth it? I can download the app on Windows to use with headphones (apparently for free since I have Game Pass).

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    The amount of hype and odd (not necessarily bad) branded peripherals is astounding.

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    My favourite was the Cyberpunk RTX 2080 Ti

    An undoubtedly cool and desirable piece of kit.

    But fully outdated before the game even launched

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    Automated lip synch for every character and NPC, in every language that the audio was recorded

    Though not as good as fully hand-animated facial expressions or performance capture.

    The question is, which language do you want to play it in...?


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    Supposedly unlocking in 11 minutes. May fire it up for the intro, but doubt I'll give it too much of a go tonight.

    That said, I've some how managed to miss ALL "gameplay", videos, reviews, etc this whole time. I honestly have no goddamn clue what this game is about. And I like that.

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    (I bought the physical PC version that comes with the day 1 goodies like the console version does, which meant I had to wait until the shop opened before I could pick it up, and I started my download at 10am on launch day)


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    C Y B E R P U N K


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    I created a character and then signed off. I'll piss around with it later.

    I chose the Nomad (?) "path".

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    Six hours in and itís like Deus Ex Human Revolution in an open world, and Deus Ex did it betterÖ so far.

    But this has swords and theyíre fucking fantastic to use. And also boobs.

    BEWBSÖ

    Thereís a story in there apparently but I havenít been able to parse it yet. The characters seem to mumble and use overly cool jargon and you just go along with it and pick whatever random dialogue option you think fits. Is there any effect to this? Who knows? Why am I here?

    Iím pretty sure the three starting options condense into the one story line after the second hour anyway. I picked the street kid option.

    So far Iíve tried to steal a car then got arrested and met a dude and got new eyeballs then met another dude and he drove me across town then I went to a nightclub that looks like a strip joint from the outside and met the hot green-haired Hispanic girl from the trailers and watched a robbery of a convenience store from the perpís eyes then snooped around an apartment for a freezer.

    I can see the potential with it but right now itís not grabbing me by the bewbs. I will stick with it, however I feel the biggest barrier is my own inability to empathise with the characters who are giving me missions and driving the story. Games like this have rarely been able to grab me; even GTA has been difficult to absorb and if it wasnít for that gameís hilarious slapstick freedom then I doubt I wouldíve finished their storylines.

    We shall see. But game of the year this definitely isnít. If you havenít already bought it then wait until itís patched, or you get a new console or GPU.

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