DX12 usage was mentioned before in this thread:Sorry for my ignorance in this regard, but was that confirmed somewhere?
I don’t browse the forum that much but, now that you mention it, I think I did see those news back then I’m personally not against DX12 but having Vulkan as a choice too would’ve been great.DX12 usage was mentioned before in this thread https://www.tweaktown.com/news/73566/cyberpunk-2077-is-directx-12-exclusive-for-the-pc/index.html
Pretty bad news, but I don't think it's a fake.
I wasn’t aware of Stadia’s Vulkan exclusivity. Thanks for the info
I think they started with mandating Vulkan (and it runs on Linux naturally). But may be now they also allow using OpenGL, though for games like CP2077 that won't be even a consideration.I wasn’t aware of Stadia’s Vulkan exclusivity. Thanks for the info
yes, I'm not that scared anymore for current gen consoles. Still scared, but a little less. Not my problem anymore though.Those are unexpectedly forgiving requirements! I bet those are aimed for 1080p and 30fps. I'd like to be wrong, though But I can't complain too much... for now.
Benchmarks will have the last word on actual performance.
Series X and PS5 are not that far apart hardware wise. I'd be more concerned about other things, like the future of Bethesda games on the PS platform if you're into Elder Scrolls, Fallout and DOOM etc.Just bought a PS5, I'll have it by November 23 with cyberpunk. Both from Amazon.
I'm getting a little scared about the recent rumors about ps5 performances compared to both SS and SX, though. Let's see how things evolve in the next 2 months.
Might actually sell it at day one for good earnings. Here it went soldout in less than 8 minutes. O.O