The long awaited Cyberpunk 2077 game is said to come soon despite delays. Due to the coronavirus, the original launch date in April was moved again and now it is said to launch this coming November 19.
Despite the delays, the game has been long talked about and since the game is about to launch, the hype is finally coming back! On the Cyberpunk 2077 official Twitter page, a list of system requirements were released for the PC version of this game.C:\>systeminfo /u 188.8.131.52\cyberpunk /p ******
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What do you need to play the game?
Apparently, the recommended OS is a 64-bit Windows 10 but the unit should still be able to run on a minimum of 64-bit Windows 7 as well. The DirectX, however, is not negotiable and you'll have to have the DirectX 12 for this one.
Although the game can run through a 3rd gen Intel Core i5 or i5-3570K, the recommended processor is an 7th gen Intel Core i7 or i7-4790. As to the processor's AMD equivalent, it can run on the AMD FX-8310 but the suggested processor is a Ryzen 3 3200G.
The game can run with 8GB RAM but due to the heavy gameplay, it is better to play this game with a 12GB RAM unit. The minimum graphics card to run this game is a NVIDIA GTX 780 3GB but the suggested graphics card is a NVIDIA GTX 1060 6GB. The AMD equivalent graphics card minimum is an AMD Radeon RX470 but the recommended card is an AMD Radeon R9 Fury.
Finally, how much space will the game require? You'll have to get ready to free quite an amount of space because the game is as heavy as 70GB. It is better to play this game on SSD in comparison to HDD since HDD could really lag this game behind.
So, will there be multiplayer?
Other good news about the game is that the multiplayer version is coming out and although this is still not quite confirmed by Cyberpunk 2077 themselves, it is still quite a possibility. Well, Cyberpunk 2077 said "some" multiplayer but this answer is still quite vague. The rumor is based on particular grant applications that the game had with the Polish government along with just a few developer comments.
The game finally slammed straight into the whole realm of "confirmed but not scheduled" some time in early September, as the company behind it, CD Projekt Red has stated its plans to actually add "some multiplayer action" to the popular game right after it puts out some of the much deserved free DLC along with other single-player content.
So the deal is, there's a multiplayer version coming out but it might not exactly be the multiplayer expected due to CD Projekt Red's "some multiplayer action." This could mean just a segment of the game could actually be multiplayer while other parts aren't.
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