If we’re all well aware of open-world games that unfold environments from nowadays or much older, the same cannot be said about titles that offer futuristic locations for the gameplay. GTA 5 showcases the world from nowadays, the Mafia series presents how people had been going on with their lives more than half a century ago, and so on. But a new game expected to arrive this year will show us how the world could be in the year 2077.
Perhaps the best thing about Cyberpunk 2077 is that it will be available for both next-generation consoles from Sony and Microsoft: PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, respectively. But while we know that the game arrives in September this year, a related event called The Night City Wire Cyberpunk 2077 that promises new details about the title was initially scheduled for June 11.
Postponed to June 25
June 25 is the new date for when we’ll get to find out new relevant info about the futuristic game Cyberpunk 2077. And no, this time it wasn’t the COVID-19 disease’s fault. CD Projekt, the developer and publisher of Cyberpunk 2077, declared:
“We decided to move Night City Wire to Jun 25th,”
“We still look forward to sharing new information about CP’77, but more important discussions are happening right now and we want them to be heard. We wholeheartedly stand against racism, intolerance and violence. Black Lives Matter.”
We can easily guess that the system requirements for Cyberpunk 2077 will be pretty pretentious. According to the most plausible expectations, to get the game running on recommended configuration, you’ll need the following:
- Operating System: Windows 10 at 64 bit
- CPU: Intel Core i5-4670K 3.4GHz / AMD Ryzen R5 1600
- RAM: 16 GB of RAM
- HDD: 70 GB of free space
- Graphics Card: AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 8GB or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070
- Direct X: Version 11
Cyberpunk 2077 will also be available for PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5, and Google Stadia.
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