Will there be a graphics downgrade in the final version of Cyberpunk 2077? The developer recently commented on this. According to the producer John Mamais, the opposite is more likely to be the case, since the studio has not yet shown all the effects to the public.
At least since the current incident with the RTS remake Warcraft 3: Reforged, game fans have become a little more sensitive with regard to the topic of "graphics downgrade". Some of them are currently asking themselves whether such a downgrade may also be seen in the role-playing game Cyberpunk 2077. After all, it had a similar controversy already existed at The Witcher 3 – the previous game from the developer studio CD Projekt RED. But when it comes to producer John Mamais, such worries are unfounded. In an interview with OnMSFT, he said:
"There are some things that have not been much talked about so far, such as lighting. Our (Game) Director is constantly talking about the real-time lighting system, which has never really been seen in all its splendor. Nobody in So far the public has seen what it will look like. It will be even more breathtaking than we have seen before. "
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At least, this statement doesn't sound like CD Projekt RED has a graphics downgrade for the release version of Cyberpunk 2077 (buy now for € 59.99) planned. However, it remains to be seen how good the visual presentation of the role play will actually be – especially in direct comparison with previous presentations. By September 17, 2020 at the latest, we will know more – then the RPG will come onto the market after the recent postponement for PC and consoles.
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