Cyberpunk is coming in September with many novelties!

In the first instance, the improvements will be of a visual nature

by Sead Dedovic
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Cyberpunk is coming in September with many novelties!

Cyberpunk 2077, the first and only expansion for the game, was shown off for the first time tonight at the Xbox Showcase. It is worthwhile to note that even though Phantom Liberty will offer an entirely new part of Night City and tell a new story, the base game will also be improved in several ways.

In the first instance, the improvements will be of a visual nature, so the minimum and recommended PC requirements will be increased, followed by improving the basic gameplay systems. During an event which took place yesterday in Los Angeles, CD Projekt Red CEO Pawel Sasko presented the press with an early look at the "new" game behind closed doors.

A couple of important changes have been made to the police system, the AI of all NPCs has been improved, as well as vehicle combat has been added. The result of this is that some vehicles will be equipped with machine guns, while those with no machine guns will have V be able to open the doors and fire like he used to do in CGI trailers in the past.

Changes

Among other changes, the progress through the base game itself has been redesigned, the difficulty curve has been adjusted, the enemies in the missions have been made more varied, and the entire experience is accompanied with a modernized user interface.

There is one notable difference between the PC requirements compared to the previous ones, and that is the fact that CD Projekt will no longer support traditional hard drives, and even in the minimum configuration at 1080p and 30 frames per second, it will require a traditional hard drive.

In other words, you don't have to update your game in September to play Cyberpunk 2077 on lower configurations, it will work just as well as before, but you are at your own risk if you update the game during September. It is anticipated that all updates will be available by 9/26 when Phantom Liberty launches for PC, PS5 and XSX/S for a price of €30.

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