NVIDIA confirms that the latest demo of CyberPunk 2077 comes from the PC version of the game, which supports light-chasing effects and DLSS 2.0 technology when it debuts. According tomedia Skill Up, the latest demo of CyberPunk 2077 is run on a single RTX 2080Ti with a original 1080P/60FPS picture resolution and full-height picture effects. Since the latest demo comes from the preview of the game and the informal version, the number of frames for the official game may be increased somewhat.
Youtube channel Cycu1 has also produced a comparison video for Cyber Punk 2077 in 2018 and 2020. The 2018 version of the video is from demo demos and trailers on E3 2018.
The biggest improvement to the 2020 release is that the new lighting system looks better than before, and with the help of the new light-chasing ambient shade effect, the 2020 version looks more realistic.
Butmedia also pointed out that while the 2020 version looks better, there are also serious mapping errors. Although the video above is not presented, many objects and grass maps can be seen in today’s demonstration. Of course, this is only a preview, not an official version, and I hope it will be resolved when it is officially released.
Cyber Punk 2077 will be released on November 19.
Screenshot of The Light Chase (from NVIDIA):