PC gamers who bought Cyberpunk 2077 Been waiting for this update for a while, and it’s finally here. Update 1.62 of CD Projekt RED’s sci-fi RPG has added the new Ray Tracing: Overdrive mode as a “Technology Preview”.
The new mod transforms the game’s visuals with full ray tracing for an even more realistic lighting tone. However, it currently only supports NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series GPUs (4070 Ti and above) and GeForce RTX 3090 GPU, but the latter only at 1080p resolution and only at 30 fps. After the update is applied, gamers can go. Setting > Graphics > Instant presets To enable the new ray tracing mode.
As this is a technology preview, CD Projekt RED says that gamers who use the mod now “may experience some issues”. Having said that, the developer added that it will “continue to work on and improve this feature.”
While Ray Tracing: Override Mode only supports a few NVIDIA GPUs, any graphics card with ray tracing support and 8GB of VRAM can use the new Path Trace Screenshots option in Photo Mode. CD Project Red states:
If your graphics card has more than 8GB of VRAM and this option is still grayed out, it means you need to lower your in-game resolution. Note that the higher the resolution and the less powerful the GPU, the longer it will take to take a screenshot (between a few seconds and several minutes). You can enable path tracing for Photo mode in Settings > Graphics in the Ray Tracing section.
In addition to this new mode, the Cyberpunk 2077 The 1.62 update adds support for NVIDIA DLAA anti-aliasing mode for GeForce RTX cards, along with Intel Xe Supersampling 1.1 upscaling support. Finally, some new features have been added to the game’s benchmark mode including PC specs, GPU driver versions, and selectable settings in the results screen.
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