As is well known, Cyberpunk 2077 had to be postponed again, but in December the time will finally come. If you want to gamble on your PC, you can now view updated PC system requirements – including ray tracing.
CD Projekt RED gives Cyberpunk 2077 all kinds of technical refinements on the PC. The new, updated system requirements can be correspondingly high, depending on the form in which you want to enjoy the sci-fi role-playing game.
The minimum and recommended system configurations have not changed since the earlier announcement and are quite moderate, so that you can gamble on average PCs. Even with the “Ultra” graphics details, you only need an RTX 2060 or a Radeon RX 5700 XT to get started in 1440p. For the jump to 4K resolution, the GPU has to be an NVIDIA RTX 2080S, an RTX 3070 or a Radeon RX 6800 XT.
The requirements are really high if you also want to use ray tracing in all its glory. Here you need an RTX 3070 in 1440p with ultra settings. For 4K ray tracing in ultra it has to be the RTX 3080.
While the above overview gives the resolutions and graphic details in which the game should then be able to run, CD Projekt does not reveal the frame rate at which everything works. It is most likely that the figures apply to 30 fps; but this is not officially confirmed.
Cyberpunk 2077 will be released on December 10, 2020 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One; It is also playable on Xbox Series X / S and PS5, but a specific upgrade will not be available until 2021.