Being Cyberpunk 2077 one of the most anticipated games of this year, it is not surprising that fans comment on social networks and forums all kinds of rumors and clues about aspects such as its universe, its gameplay, or of course, its technical characteristics. Without going any further, one of the most discussed topics on Reddit right now is a clue that CD Projekt’s open world role-playing game would occupy no more and no less than 200 GB on our hard drive.
We’re used to unfortunately today’s big games having an exorbitant install size , but 200GB is something that would make anyone shiver with fear. Fortunately, this will not be the case: Marcin Momot, representative of the Polish team, has covered the issue on his personal Twitter account to refute this comment and clarify the situation.
“Although the system requirements for Cyberpunk 2077 [for PC] are not available yet (they will come soon, though) I wanted to cover this Reddit topic. The game installation will not take up 200 GB. You can assume that the required disk space it will be in the vein of other modern games “which I assume would translate to about 50-100GB.
In the absence of knowing the exact minimum and recommended requirements for Cyberpunk 2077, you will have to settle for a new trailer dedicated to the Nvidia 3000 series cards . These newly announced GPUs will allow us to see the neon lights reflected in great detail on the surfaces of Night City thanks to raytracing, and will also significantly optimize the performance of the game with the rendering of DLSS. The game is scheduled to launch, after several delays, on November 19 on PC and consoles. It will also come to Stadia and new generation machines.