Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty Gameplay Comes with Beautiful Ray-Tracing

Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty Gameplay Comes with Beautiful Ray Tracing

Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty makes the neon-lit city even more beautiful without ravishing your framerate. With NVIDIA’s help, CD Projekt Red just keeps pushing the technical boundaries this game has.

CD Projekt Red wants to keep innovating

Their release of path tracing pushed the envelope for PC gaming all over the globe. NVIDIA and CD Projekt Red’s partnership makes their game more inclusive for budget-oriented and $5000 PC gamers.

The DLSS 3.5 release will be groundbreaking for optimizing games while keeping most of its image quality faithful to native resolution. Further lowering noise, increasing clarity and improving framerates, DLSS seems unstoppable against its competition.

cyberpunk 2077: phantom liberty looks as shiny as newly sanded metal

Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty Gameplay Comes with Beautiful Ray Tracing
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With NVIDIA’s new DLSS 3.5, Cyberpunk 2077’s latest DLC will look as pretty as possible. Even better is the fact that a gamer wouldn’t require the best hardware to run this game with its new benefits.

Keanu Reeves is in your head

Embark again as V as they try to remove Johnny Silverhand (Keanu Reeves) from their mind. If you played Cyberpunk 2077, this sentence would make sense to you. However, if you haven’t, then the gist of it is that you get a chip installed in your brain that has cyberware like a computer. This chip contained Johnny Silverhand, and he is slowly killing your character, V.

Cyberpunk 2077: phantom liberty continues the search with possible new endings

V visits Dogtown, a district within Night City. Considering that the protagonist is on borrowed time, they must find the “cure” for Johnny Silverhand before their identity and life are entirely deleted.

Meet new criminal under lords, explore new ray-traced areas and discover a side of Night City that was previously unknown.

The trailers allude that V might find a cure for their “condition.” However, gamers are still unsure if V gets a cure.

While optimization for Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty seems assured, gamers cannot say the same for Starfield. Meanwhile, NVIDIA is pushing their technology forward with other games like Half-Life 2 RTX.