I am frankly dreading the hardware requirements for Cyberpunk 2077.

Not least because my computer has been having weird crashes and slowdowns lately.  It doesn’t seem to be the hard drive, the video card is the newest piece in there, so it’s probably the motherboard?  That can get expensive fast, and the fact that the tower is far too huge and I probably need a heat sink or something isn’t helping.

But Cyberpunk 2077 supposedly won’t be too much of a hardware hog:

Maciej Pietras recently spoke with CG Magazine about Cyberpunk 2077. He primarily spoke about the game’s recent gameplay demo and how the game is optimized for different systems. When Pietras was asked whether hardware would limit the game, he responded; “Oh no, actually from the top we knew we were developing the game for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. And we started the process of optimization right at the start. So that’s probably what you see running the demo is a PC with like an i7 and 1080TI, so it’s not astronomical specs.”

Which is nice.  I last upgraded for Witcher: Wild Hunt… three years ago?  Huh.  This machine is older than I thought. Time flies, huh?

1 Comment

  • Belcatar says:

    I’m looking forward to two or three years from now, when the game will only cost fifteen bucks. As good as that game looks, I just can’t bring myself to spend 60 dollars for a video game.

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