Since Cyberpunk 2077 It was released on December 10 we have not stopped watching graphical comparisons of all kinds between the different platforms, especially after discovering that on the previous generation consoles the game performs very poorly, but How far can you go down?
If Digital Foundry is the right channel to see deep analysis at a technical level with comparisons, measurements on resolutions and frame rates and performance in general, you have to resort to the channel LowSpecGamer
How could it be otherwise, the last victim LowSpecGamer has been Cyberpunk 2077. Take a look at the video:
The main objective of the experiment is to check whether it is possible to run the CD Projekt RED game on a low-end PC with an integrated graphics card
From there, retouching everything necessary and even testing the game using a AMD Athlon 3000G With integrated Vega 3 graphics, you get hellish results. The hairless characters thing is delicious.
But beware, the performance in combat seems to be higher on a potato computer with all these settings than the one offered by the PS4 at times, according to the author of the video. The final conclusion, for now because there is a second part of the video on the way, is that Cyberpunk 2077 it can be played on a very undemanding machine without getting completely broken.