Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the most highly-expected games in 2020, and all footage and info confirm that the title will be a blockbuster. We’re talking about a role-playing open-world environment that will arrive on November 19 for PlayStation 4, Google Stadia, Xbox One, and Windows PC. Cyberpunk 2077 will also be featuring support for the next-generation consoles PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S, as the game will become available for these gaming machines in early 2021.
The developer and publisher CD Projekt Red announced the system requirements for those willing to enjoy the game on a PC. The company detailed both the minimum and recommended specs during the Night City Wire episode 3.
- Operating System: Windows 7 at 64-bit
- Processor: Core i5-3570K or FX-8310
- DirectX 12
- Graphics Card: GTX 780 3GB or RX 470 4GB
- 8GB RAM
- 70GB of storage space
- Operating System: Windows 10 64-bit
- Processor: Core i7-4790 or Ryzen 3 3200G
- DirectX 12
- Graphics Card: GTX 1060 6GB or R9 Fury
- 12GB RAM
- 70GB of SSD storage
We have to admit that the requirements are pretty demanding even for nowadays, at least if we look at the recommended ones. Upgrading your PC might not be worth the effort, while playing the game on another platform should be more convenient.
Cyberpunk 2077 is a massive game
According to pictures from recording sessions of the Chinese localization, the voice actors of the game have a lot of work to do. All of the dialogues put together feature over 100,000 lines, which is a solid proof that we’ll be dealing with a massive game.
Some pictures from the Cyberpunk 2077 Chinese localisation recording sessions. The dubbing is in Mandarin Chinese.
More than 150 voice actors, 100,000 lines, 4 recording studios + 10,000 person hours.
The VA work is 15-20% more than Witcher 3 (incl DLC). pic.twitter.com/g5NG7Vs9Wo
— Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) September 7, 2020
Cyberpunk 2077’s voice acting will be available in 10 different languages: English, French, German, Russian, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, and Japanese. We shouldn’t also forget about the eight more languages that are available only in subtitles: Spanish (Latin American), Hungarian, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Czech, Arabic, and Korean.