Cyberpunk 2077’s substantial visual upgrade makes its presentation look truly photorealistic.
Cyberpunk 2077 with 100+ mods creates an amazing visual treat, making Night City appear even more realistic than before.
Cyberpunk 2077’s road to redemption has been long and winding. At launch, CD Projekt Red believes there was exaggerated criticism for which they apologize. Cyberpunk was admitted into New York Museum of Failures before gradually finding itself back into prominence through numerous updates as well as their forthcoming DLC expansion Phantom Liberty.
While DLC will introduce players to Dog Town and introduce us to new characters and gameplay mechanics, modders have also been hard at work improving Cyberpunk 2077 base game itself. A recent showcase video demonstrated their incredible work; showing it running over 100 graphic overhaul mods simultaneously!
Results are remarkable, and we believe they fully exploited the unexploited potential of open world games. Lighting, textures and fidelity of the world around the player all look absolutely breathtaking – not to mention having NPCs going about their daily business adding further realism into gameplay.
As background, the gameplay here is being run on an AMD Ryzen 9 7950X computer with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 graphics cards and Path Tracing Overdrive Superpopulation Mod installed for maximum immersiveness in Night City traversal as well as combat encounters. Together these components bring it all to life!
If your PC can handle it, we highly suggest running some pods yourself while playing, to enhance the experience and get the maximum possible enjoyment out of gaming.
Cyberpunk 2077 continues to improve on both PC and console platforms with each release, especially with DLC expansion packs like those to come soon. CD Projekt Red has also reported working on an sequel using Unreal Engine 5, making one curious as to the level of detail it will feature when its sequel finally debuts.
Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty will launch for PC, Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5 this September.